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My school life > Personal wellbeing (secondary)

Effective ways to reduce stress, get inspired again and achieve a healthy work/life balance.

Wellbeing at Work

15 mins Coping with Bullying Managers
Part of the series Wellbeing at Work
Experts give advice on workplace bullying, using a case study
15 mins Dealing with Malicious Allegations
Part of the series Wellbeing at Work
Advice, based around a case study, on dealing with allegations
15 mins Dealing with Difficult Behaviour
Part of the series Wellbeing at Work
Expert advice on ways to deal with a disruptive class
15 mins Coping with Excessive Workload
Part of the series Wellbeing at Work
Advice for teachers maintaining a balance between work and home

Richard Gerver has answered your questions


Thank you to everyone who emailed their questions to our wellbeing expert Richard Gerver.


Read Richard's answers and advice



Richard may not be able to answer every question emailed in, but you can also contact the Teacher Support Network, which provides practical and emotional support to staff in the education sector.


Any advice given is for general purposes only and is not intended to be legal or other professional advice, and you should not rely on any information provided as if it were such advice. If you require advice on a specific legal issue, please contact your union representative, your local citizen's advice bureau (or similar organisation) or a solicitor.

 

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LGBT Workers in Schools
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Series

Getting Motivated with Gladeana
Life coach, Gladeana McMahon, offers tips and advice on how to stay motivated in your role and maintain a good work/life balance.
(6 programmes)

Secondary personal wellbeing videos

15 mins Disability Equality Duty
Part of the series CareerWise
Peter Curran explores the Disability Equality Duty, providing an insight into the provisions made for teachers with disabilities.
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30 mins Private Life v Public Role
Part of the series What If...?
Using an imaginary case study, moderator Mike Baker asks a panel whether teachers ought to follow higher moral personal standards than other professionals.
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15 mins Time Management
Part of the series The Secondary A-Z of...
Teachers talk about the problems they have managing their own time, share tips, and debate whether time management is just common sense or a skill you need to learn.
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15 mins Part 3 - Judgement Day
Part of the series A Year in the Life of an NQT
As she continues through her NQT induction year, Helen Fuller, an English teacher at the City Academy, Bristol, reflects on the highs and lows of her first year as a teacher.
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15 mins Part 2 - Classroom Management
Part of the series A Year in the Life of an NQT
As she continues through her NQT induction year, Helen Fuller, an English teacher at the City Academy, Bristol, talks about the progress she has made, and the difficulties in finding time for a personal life.
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15 mins Part 1 - Observation and Feedback
Part of the series A Year in the Life of an NQT
Follow Helen Fuller, an NQT at the City Academy, Bristol, through her induction year, in the first programme of a year long study.
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60 mins Part 5 - Friday: The Results Are In
Part of the series How Stressed is Your School?
Host Hermione Cockburn is joined by a team of scientific experts who have worked together to analyse the staff's stress levels at Kings Langley Secondary School in a world-first experiment.
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30 mins Part 4 - Thursday: The Stress Expert
Part of the series How Stressed is Your School?
Host Hermione Cockburn is joined at Kings Langley Secondary School by stress expert Dr Angela Clow, who reveals the results of hormone testing on the teachers as part of an investigation into work-related stress.
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30 mins Part 3 - Wednesday: The Blood Pressure Expert
Part of the series How Stressed is Your School?
The staff at Kings Langley Secondary School have their blood pressure monitored as part of an investigation into work-related stress.
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30 mins Part 2 - Tuesday: What the Questionnaire Reveals
Part of the series How Stressed is Your School?
It's day two in a week-long experiment into work-related stress at Kings Langley Secondary School, near Watford. A specially-tailored questionnaire reveals how the staff really feel about their own levels of stress.
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