Absolutely not, writes this teacher as she shares her stressful and sad story
It is possible to stop teaching from taking over your life, argues Rob Ward – you just have to find ways to do less
Join the Tes team as we talk about some of the biggest topics of the week
With the holidays approaching, one teacher admits she will be plagued by school-based dreams for the first few weeks
“Miss, I’ve heard a rumour you are gay”: One blogger writes about what it's like to be a gay teacher in Britain
Bitter experience has taught this mental health campaigner that the powers that be don't want to hear the truth
If you are lucky enough to get gained time, you probably have grand plans about how to use it says this English teacher
Would a vlog, a text or getting the students to write the reports themselves not be more sensible, asks a senior leader
Not only is it in desperate need of attention, it could uncover a heap of teaching treasures
If you want to reduce your workload and be more effective, mimic a PE teacher, says this SLT member
This week's heatwave is making life uncomfortable in schools, so what can you do if your classroom is like a sauna?
A third of teachers would choose a different career if they could make the choice again, research suggests
Our schools system has too big a cost for mental health – we can't allow teachers and pupils to slip through the cracks
Making decisions can be exhausting, but this teacher has some tips to stop you getting overwhelmed
Warning of 'Orwellian nightmare' after a string of incidents where teachers have been targeted by 'irate' parents using social media
Overworked teachers should react to stress by focusing on getting happy, writes Georgia Holleran
Teaching can be the best job in the world – but not all the time. So how do you keep going when times get tough?
One teacher shares the story of her mental health struggle on returning to work after maternity leave
Head said offer was a 'joke' and there was 'no intent to provide cocaine'
Schools pay meticulous attention to their budgets: is it time they did the same with workload?
In her first year teaching Year 6, this primary teacher knew she had to rewrite the narrative around Sats
Teachers see 'resilience' as a badge of honour – but soaking up all the pressure can be harmful, warns one ex-teacher
The system needs to change to relieve the overwhelming pressure on teachers who are also parents
Supporting a traumatised student can be stressful for a teacher, but you can protect yourself, writes Darren Martindale
The best teachers will always go above and beyond, no matter what the workload. To tackle burnout, focus on wellbeing
As the US struggles with its scourge of school shootings, Will Hazell meets the people training teachers to carry guns
We can't let Mental Health Awareness Week be overshadowed by the royal wedding, says Tes' mental health columnist
Grammars get money to expand, MPs criticise plan for child mental health and the dark side of edu-Twitter revealed
Indecent images among a wave of inappropriate and personal social media messages from male teachers
It's not just school leaders who need clarity to tackle workload, teacher Yvonne Williams tells the education secretary