There are a mulititude of wellbeing resource available online. Below we have selected some which you may find of use:
Mentally Healthy Schools is an easy-to-use website for primary schools, offering teachers and school staff information, advice and practical resources to understand and promote pupils’ and staff mental health and wellbeing.
Mental Health at Work is a new, online gateway to resources, training and information with the aim of changing the way we approach workplace mental health. It’s funded by The Royal Foundation with Heads Together and developed by Mind and 11 key partners from the world of business and mental health, including the CIPD.
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families is a charity with the aim of transforming current mental health provision in the UK by improving the quality, accessibility and effectiveness of treatment. The centre has produced a useful resource in collaboration with the Schools in Mind learning network “Ten steps towards school staff wellbeing” which promotes staff wellbeing in schools.
Best practice guidance for employers on how to implement Mental Health First Aid in the workplace. MHFA England training is a key component for creating a safe, healthy workplace where the mental health and physical health of employees are valued equally. It gives people the tools to support their own mental health and that of their colleagues and encourages them to access timely support when needed.
Mind is a charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. The workplace wellbeing pages of the website include a range of practical resources.
Business in the Community is a non-profit organisation which champions responsible business. Their website includes many relevant resources.
Please note that these websites are provided by independent third parties and Strictly Education 4S has no responsibility for the content contained on them. The provision of links above does not, therefore, amount to any endorsement of that website or its contents.
In addition to these external sources take a look at the article Melanie Nunn one of our qualified Mental Health First Aid instructors has written about the impact of COVID-19 on teacher wellbeing recently published in the Teaching Times: