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Teacher wellbeing during the pandemic


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Although many children have returned to the classroom, things are nowhere near the way educators may remember them. Group sizes are reduced, and in some cases children are attending part-time. This means that while teachers have returned to school, there will still be times when you are managing very different arrangements to keep children and young people safe and you might be feeling your stress levels rising. The level of uncertainty we all face at the moment will only add to this.

Twinkl Twinkl Twinkl is an online educational publisher, producing teaching and educational materials. View organisation and Mind Mind Mind provides advice and support on mental health, and campaigns to improve understanding, across England and Wales. View organisation have created many resources which can help to combat these issues and promote the importance of wellbeing in everyday life as well as the current situation. On this page, you can find links to wellbeing resources designed specifically for teachers in this position.

They can help you to plan a healthy routine, find times to relax, and support you through these uncertain times. They may also help you to feel more in control, and this can reduce feelings of anxiety.

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Mind provides advice and support on mental health, and campaigns to improve understanding, across England and Wales.

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