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Teacher stress may be high but you are not alone. Here are some tools to help you get back on track with loving what you do & having the energy to keep doing it

 

Some facts;

We all know that teaching is demanding, in fact research suggests teachers have the highest levels of occupational stress in all professions. On an average day a teacher will need to; IMG_7681

  • Manage
  • Lead
  • Role model
  • Counsel
  • Discipline
  • Plan
  • Reflect
  • Evaluate
  • Communicate
  • and the list goes on…..

We all want to think we are great at our job, and most of us are. But, how can we go from good to great? How can we achieve more in less time and be more efficient in the process?

In order to grow and improve we must know where we are. In order to do this, we can take a Wellbeing Audit of staff to determine which areas of wellbeing we are already doing well and which areas we need to strengthen.

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Where is teacher wellbeing at your school?

You can download our FREE  TEACHER WELLBEING AUDIT to see how you and your staff rate. In this survey we use Martin Seligman’s 5 Pillars of wellbeing known as PERMA to give you a guide and starting point. For more reliable and valid measures of wellbeing you can use Working on Wellbeing developed by Professor Aaron Jarden

 

Creating a Wellbeing Classroom

Checkout this slideshow with some ideas for how you can build a Wellbeing Classroom