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Resource hub: Staff wellbeing toolkit for line managers
Spot wellbeing challenges
- Learn how to run welfare checks for school staff - they can help you spot wellbeing challenges and provide effective support. Download our discussion guide to help you get started.
- Find out how to spot early signs of depression and anxiety, so you can help staff get the support they need.
- Coronavirus has created pressures on staff wellbeing and workload. Get practical tips on how to collect meaningful feedback from staff.
- See how Hardenhuish School develops practical solutions to staff wellbeing and workload challenges through its wellbeing working group, and how you can make this approach work in your school.
- If you've identified someone who needs support, an individual action plan may help them get the support they need. Find out whether this approach is right for your school, and download our resources to help you create plans for those who need them.
- Knowing what to do when someone is struggling with their mental health or wellbeing can be difficult, especially where confidentiality is concerned. Our guidance can help you identify appropriate next steps.
Develop a whole-school approach
- You'll provide more effective individual wellbeing and mental health support if you have a whole-school approach. Our expert guidance can help you develop your approach, and you can use our template to help you create a whole-school mental health and wellbeing action plan.
- Research from the DfE shows that staff feel better supported when they have opportunities for peer-to-peer mentoring and development. Find out how you can develop this in your school - coming soon!
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