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Stress, burnout, anxiety and depression in teachers report released

Education Support, alongside Cooper Gibson Research have undertaken a literature review of the impact of stress, burnout, anxiety and depression on teachers. They found that (p4): “Evidence for the impact of stress, burnout, anxiety and depressionThe evidence suggests that if a teacher experiences stress and/or burnout they are more likely to have: (1) mental and …

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DfE Grant Process

Schools and colleges can apply for their grant at https://onlinecollections.des.fasst.org.uk/fastform/senior-mental-health-leads (Last updated 1st April). Introduction The Department for Education have announced a £1200 grant for schools and colleges in England (excluding independent ones schools). This is designed to cover the cost of training for ONE person on an approved mental health lead training course, with …

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TES SEN Show Presentation – Social and Emotional Impact of the Pandemic

On 8th and 9th October 2021, Richard Daniel Curtis, the Lead of the National Network of Mental Health Leads is giving a presentation on the Social and Emotional Impact of the Pandemic. Based on research undertaken throughout the pandemic, Richard speaks about common observations that teachers may have observed, in addition to some simple considerations …

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Mental health and wellbeing support in schools and colleges

Available at Mental health and wellbeing support in schools and colleges – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) Released on 2nd June 2021 Whole school or college approach to mental health and wellbeing Taking a coordinated and evidence-informed approach to mental health and wellbeing in schools and colleges leads to improved pupil and student emotional health and wellbeing which …

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