Updated: Jun 5
“Great leaders don't see themselves as great; they see themselves as human.” -- Simon Sinek
Which websites should leaders be aware of to help them with wellbeing in their school?
Headteacher’s and Teachers Well-being
The Education Support Partnership is a charity that supports teachers, and school leader. They do a fantastic job. A Headteacher Darren Morgan has written a blog about coping with the coronavirus pandemic.
Mind Charity -
Viv from Integrity Coaching is offering a free 30 mins call.
Inspirational leader Jeremy Hannay of Three Bridges Primary School blogs about different aspects of leadership. No Ordinary Classroom a must-read for every leader.
Great blog by Professor Rachel Lofthouse - Sustaining a Vital Profession; the impact of Leadership Coaching in schools
World Mental Health Day: “we reduced sick days and staff turnover through action on teacher wellbeing” DFE Teaching Blog
The Chartered College of Teaching offers a superb way for teachers to access research on a range of different topic, including wellbeing.
Halcyon Education Podcasts on Mental Health
We are in Beta - Hannah Wilson - https://weareinbeta.substack.com/p/hannah-wilson-executive-headteacher
From Page to Practice Podcast - https://pagepracticepodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-12-stop-talking-about-wellbeing/
Circle of Care by Dr Joy Taylor
People to follow on Twitter
@EdSupportUK - Educational Support Partnership
@RachelBostwick1 - Rachel works for Leeds Beckett University on Mental Health
@DrRLofthouse - Professor of Teacher Education - Leeds Beckett University
@anna_halcyon from Halcyon Education
@thosethatcan - Dr Emma Kell FCCT