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What support do teachers need?

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by TeacherSupportJason, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. TeacherSupportJason

    TeacherSupportJason New commenter

    Teacher Support Network and Recourse have launched independent research into the health and wellbeing needs of the education sector. We hope the findings will enable us to augment the services we already have, as well as develop new support for staff in education.

    The research will include education staff at all levels from across the country, and involve a mixture of qualitative phone based interviews, as well as a larger scale quantitative survey. The research aims to look at what wellbeing provision already exists for education staff and what services they might need in the future.

    The charities are looking for volunteers to take part in the qualitative telephone interviews, which should take no longer than 30 minutes.

    We are in particular need of:

    Headteachers or other members of staff with senior-level HR responsibility working at:

    • a small rural state primary school in England
    • a large urban independent primary school in England
    • a large rural secondary academy in England
    • a large urban primary school in Scotland
    • a small rural independent secondary school in Scotland
    Principals, Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors or other members of staff with senior-level HR responsibility working at:

    • a college in England or Northern Ireland
    • a college in scotland
    • a university in England
    • a university in Wales
    A trainee teacher

    A teaching assistant

    a non-teaching member of staff with management responsibility

    To find out more or to get involved, go to www.teachersupport.info or call 020 7697 2750


     

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