Publications including "mental health"
13th April 2021
International school leaders need to 'take heed' of staff who say they need more support, writes Dr Helen Kelly Access the article here...
10th April 2021
I provide schools and other organisations with the inspiration, knowledge and tools to maximise the wellbeing of their whole community.
26th March 2021
This is the third article in my series on international school teacher wellbeing during the COVID 19 crisis, based upon a survey which I conducted in January and February 2021....
20th March 2021
Earlier this week, I published the main findings from my research into International School Teacher Wellbeing During the COVID 19 Crisis 2020-21. It is important to give teachers a voice and...
17th March 2021
First Results from International School Teacher Wellbeing Survey Reflect Poorly on Senior Leadership
In January and February of this year, 275 international school teachers from 46 countries took part in an comprehensive survey about their mental health and wellbeing. The infographic shows the...
11th March 2021
Schools around the world are becoming the front-line for dealing with child mental health issues, yet should this be the case and if so are governments providing schools with the...
30th January 2021
In my last article What are the Most Effective Steps Schools Can Take to Support Teachers’ and Leaders’ Mental Health and Wellbeing? I listed nine steps that schools can take to determine...
23rd January 2021
What are the Most Effective Steps Schools Can Take to Support Teachers’ and Leaders’ Mental Health and Wellbeing?
There is a host of data from around the world which suggests that teachers and school leaders experience significantly more work-related stress than the general population and are more vulnerable...
9th January 2021
The mental health of educators is a growing concern around the world. One in twenty UK teachers now report mental health problems lasting more than 12 months and half of...
28th November 2020
In my recent study into school leader wellbeing during the COVID 19 crisis 70% of the 721 school leaders who took part say they have come close to breaking point...
5th November 2020
As Germany, France and the UK move into new national lockdowns this week, the decision has been taken to keep schools open. Anxiety among teaching staff and parents...