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Strategies to improve staff wellbeing and work-life balance

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Last updated on 26 January 2017
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How can schools improve staff wellbeing and work-life balance? We look at examples of strategies used in schools that could help you retain staff and save on recruitment costs, and include advice from the Teacher Support Network, one of our associate education experts, and ASCL.

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Contents

  1. 1 Improving staff work-life balance
  2. 2 Creating staff 'voice' around issues of workload
  3. 3 Reducing teacher workload
  4. 4 Example of a school strategy to reduce teacher workload
  5. 5 Policies on staff wellbeing and work-life balance

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