region My Region

Jigsaw Search

    Teacher's Wellbeing

    Hosted by: Jigsaw PSHE

    8th February 2023  4PM - 5PM

    Teacher's Wellbeing

    Hosted by: Jigsaw PSHE

    8th February 2023  4PM - 5PM

    We will discuss

    Current global state of mental health in Education

    The challenges to well-being that you faced in your teaching careers

    Structured advice on how to help yourself

    What worked well for you? What helped and how?

    Sharing ideas or tips to support yourself or your colleagues

    School-related transitions

    Signposting: where can people go for help?

    Wellbeing session for educators

    Prioritising your mental health and wellbeing

    When it comes to teacher well-being, there is no singular solution. It’s about finding out what works best for each individual. But it can be so helpful to hear about what other people do to support their well-being, and equally to understand how other schools support teacher well-being.

    In this webinar, we explore what well-being looks like and feels like, and how being a teacher can have such a profound effect on personal well-being.

    Our guests are two primary-trained teachers, both of whom have discovered their ‘what works well’. They will share their ideas, some structured advice, and their thoughts on how to gain support when it’s needed. Our host is a former secondary-trained teacher and now education consultant who specialises in staff well-being.

    Join us to be among like-minded people, to share your ideas and to find out what others do to support themselves. This is set to be an inspiring, supportive and welcoming session for anyone currently working in education.

    We will discuss

    Current global state of mental health in Education

    The challenges to well-being that you faced in your teaching careers

    Structured advice on how to help yourself

    What worked well for you? What helped and how?

    Sharing ideas or tips to support yourself or your colleagues

    School-related transitions

    Signposting: where can people go for help?