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Three things I did to beat anxiety

Three simple techniques to help teachers overcome anxiety

If you're a teacher who worries all the time, you should take a breather and put your fears into context, says Jo Steer

Jo Steer
18 January 2019

Milton: Brexit won't delay T levels

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As DfE set to lose civil servants to no deal planning, skills minister Anne Milton says T levels will go ahead as planned

Stephen Exley
16 January 2019

'S'no day like a snow day'

Snow days have been know to change teachers' lives, writes Stephen Petty

For some teachers, a snow day is a chance to catch up on marking, for others it changes their lives, says Stephen Petty

Stephen Petty
14 January 2019

How reading could reduce anxiety

Bibliotherapy is a cheap and easy way for schools to help pupils' mental health, says Gordon Cairns

Bibliotherapy helps pupils to overcome mental health issues – and it's a cheap and easy intervention, says Gordon Cairns

Gordon Cairns
14 January 2019

ESFA director of funding appointed

esfa funding director appointment colleges FE

Kate Josephs will be responsible for allocating over £58 billion of funding to schools, colleges and learning providers

Julia Belgutay
14 January 2019

How to cut email-related stress

Email stress, teacher workload, teacher emails, workplace

Without careful management, email can contribute to teacher stress and have a detrimental effect on wellbeing, says Adam Riches

Adam Riches
13 January 2019

'Here's YOUR activity passport, Mr Hinds'

Damian Hinds, activity passport, Dfe, department of education

One teacher presents education secretary Damian Hinds with his own activity passport: school visits, lunchtime duties, governors' meetings and 25 other tasks

JL Dutaut
13 January 2019