We comment on breaking education news related to the health and wellbeing of teachers and we can provide interviews, case studies, information and statistics on our latest news, research and campaigns.
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.
Teacher Support Network and Recourse believe that everyone working in education can work more effectively and flourish in their careers if they are mentally and physically healthy.
An advisor to the Department of Health has given her backing to Teacher Support Network’s campaign to establish how healthy teachers could lead to higher marks.
As you are probably aware, Teacher Support Network (TSN) and Recourse are independent charities committed to teachers, serving or retired and also people working in or retired from Higher Education and Further Education. However, after extensive research and consultation TSN and Recourse are changing.
Yesterday, new Education Secretary Nicky Morgan wrote a letter to teachers as they go back to school this week in which she thanked them for their continuing support and patience in delivering the Government’s curriculum changes in recent years. Our Chief Executive, Julian Stanley, has written an open letter (below) to Mrs Morgan in response, encouraging her to continue to acknowledge the hard work of teachers and collaborate with education staff to deliver these reforms.
Mae ein Raffl Haf ‘nôl am flwyddyn arall a’r tro hwn mae hyd yn oed mwy o wobrau arian parod ar gael. Fe allech ennill gwobr anhygoel o £3,000 neu un o 15 gwobr llai yn amrywio o £50 i £1,500!
Gydag adroddiadau’n awgrymu bod un ymhob saith o bobl sydd yn ymddeol, yn byw ar bensiwn y wladwriaeth yn unig oherwydd nad oes ganddyn nhw unrhyw gynilion, mae Julian Stanley wedi bod yn ymchwilio i’r hyn all athrawon ei wneud er mwyn paratoi am eu hymddeoliad.
Cafodd cynhadledd cyntaf erioed Teacher Support Cymru ei gynnal yn llwyddianus ar Fai 14 yn dwyn y teitl Mae Pob Athro’n cyfrif: Gwerthfawrogi Athrawon, Codi Safonau
Teacher Support Cymru successfully held its first ever conference Every Teacher Matters: Valuing Teachers, Raising Standards on 14 May.
Whether it is through the achievements of your students, your relationship with colleagues or the impact on senior management, you may be thinking about what your legacy as someone working in education will be.
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