What works when it comes to wellbeing? (sponsored)

Wellbeing is a buzzword in education, but what do staff really need? We speak to teacher and Tes columnist Jo Steer

Staff Pulse

Teacher wellbeing

Teacher wellbeing: is it the remedy to education's retention issues, or just another box-ticking exercise?

The topic is front and centre in the sector right now, but it’s difficult to know which methods are effective.

Jo Steer suffered burnout as a teacher and is now an expert on wellbeing. In this podcast she explains why wellbeing needs to be embedded in every part of a school, and shouldn’t be a used as a sticking plaster.

This podcast was produced in association with Staff Pulse, an anonymous survey that helps get honest feedback from your team.

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