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Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by Gruffalorich, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. Has anyone had to fill in a stress risk assessment form? What sort of things did you put on it? I've been off work for so long with depression that I can hardly remember the specifics. Am being hassled about filling it in.

    I know that they are individual but ideas from other people might help trigger what is relevant to me.

    Sorry if this doesn't make sense. Lot going on at the moment - including having to consider leaving teaching altogether - and this makes me feel really sad, but it might be necessary for my health.

    Sorry about lack of paragraphs, I put them in but when I submit the post they've disappeared...
  2. Don't worry about the paragraphs - it seems to happen to me when I try to post from my phone for some reason.
    I am assuming the stress risk assessment is assessing the risk of stress returning when you go back to work (in teaching? Stress? [​IMG]
    Own classroom? SOW given in advance? Any concerns about your performance communicated through a trusted colleague? Your union should be able to advise you on this. Good luck x

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