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Dywed arolwg gan brif elusen addysgol bod yr hyfforddiant a gafodd chwarter yr athrawon wedi methu â’u paratoi i ymdopi ag ymddygiad gwael gan ddisgyblion.
A quarter of teachers say their training failed to prepare them to manage poor student behaviour, a survey by a leading education charity has revealed.
In response to the sentencing trial for the murder of teacher Ann Maguire, Julian Stanley, Chief Executive of Teacher Support Network Group, writes:
Mae tri ymhob pump person sydd yn gweithio mewn addysg yn dweud bod eu perfformiad yn y gwaith wedi dioddef o ganlyniad i broblemau iechyd meddwl, yn ôl ymchwil gan brif elusen addysgol.
Three in five people working in education say their work performance has suffered as a result of mental health problems, according to research by a leading education charity.
Teacher Support Network Group welcomes Education Secretary Nicky Morgan’s pledge to talk to teachers about how to reduce workloads.
Julian Stanley, Chief Executive of Teacher Support Network Group, speaks about the impacts of poor student behaviour on teachers and other children's learning in an interview for ITV Regional News earlier this month.
Stressed-out teachers have called for more targeted support to help them cope with the emotional strains of teaching.
Cred y Rhwydwaith Cymorth i Athrawon a Recourse fod pawb sydd yn gweithio ym maes addysg yn gallu gweithio’n fwy effeithiol a ffynu yn eu gyrfaoedd os fyddan nhw’n iach yn feddyliol ac yn gorfforol.
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