London’s City University have published a report on their Teacher Wellbeing Research – though this is geared more to measuring teacher stress rather than what to do about it: for the latter, you can start with Sue Roffey’s article for Education Canada: Creative Caring for Teachers: How a whole-school well-being approach can support everyone’s mental health – then follow up with the links from our Teacher Wellbeing page …
Teacher Well-Being Research Report
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Everyone thrives in a great school. Students are fully engaged and enjoy learning; relationships across the school are positive and respectful; creativity, diversity and critical thinking are valued and everyone feels they belong; it takes courage and commitment to create such a school. Growing Great Schools™ was established by Sue Roffey with partners around the world to promote ways for all schools to become great schools. Our partners are individuals, organisations and schools whose main purpose is education for wellbeing – to build healthy relationships, resilience and social and emotional development.