Schools are now one of the most demanding places to work. The pressures of increased accountability, constant reform, and tightening budgets, has created a workplace culture in most schools where long hours and few breaks are the norm.
Education Support Partnership
Managing classroom behaviour effectively can be a difficult skill to master, especially in schools where high expectations are not consistently applied.
Education staff have to deal with a number of different types of relationships with all types of people. The difficulty is in knowing how to manage the differing needs, expectations and requirements of each one.
Teacher stress can be one of the leading factors for school staff to leave the profession. The following article has been produced by Education Support.
We all have the same amount of time in each day, but how is that some people seem to have more than others? And how does it just slip by so easily, just when you need it most? Whether you are preparing pupils, organising logistics or tackling paperwork, managing time as a teacher can be incredibly challenging.
In the current education climate where schools are trying to increase student attainment with a diminishing budget, teacher wellbeing can often overlooked as a ‘nice to have’ rather than as an essential.