Staff wellbeing in most English state schools is playing music while the Titanic sinks. Pointless. However in a school where workload is reasonable, wellbeing has a place. Imagine a school which guarantees at least 30% non contact lessons, no meetings after school, no ridiculous data gathering, students get one piece of written feedback per half term. Additionally, school counsellors are on hand for students and staff, quiet areas around the school proliferate and there is a director of wellbeing. This is my new school. Obviously not in the UK.