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Last reviewed on 2 March 2021
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As a line manager, find out how and when to escalate wellbeing concerns about your staff, so you can effectively support them at school.

Wellbeing concerns you might come across, and how to spot them 

While your staff may be struggling with the following wellbeing issues at anytime, it's likely that the coronavirus crisis will have exacerbated challenges like: 

  • Stress
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Personal issues, such as bereavement, relationship troubles and family matters
  • Financial worries

What to look out for

You may have: 

Take all wellbeing concerns seriously

Nevertheless, as every staff member will experience and be impacted by these problems differently, you'll likely need to tailor

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