Embedding Well-Being Into School Culture


Well-being has moved up the political and managerial agenda as well-being concerns have grown. In many schools ‘over-doing it’ has become a badge of honour and created an unsustainable arms-race of burn-out. But will this renewed focus by educational leaders make any difference? Does it need to, or sure we be responsible for our own well-being and for those around us?

In this #UKEdChat discussion, hosted by @helenpengelly, we will talk about well-being in schools and what teachers can do to support each other.


  1. What does wellbeing mean to you?
  2. What’s going well with wellbeing in your school right now?
  3. What does your school need to do more of to improve well-being?
  4. What does the leadership team do to set a good well-being example?
  5. How can you personally set a good well-being example?
  6. The best way to improve our wellbeing is working on our personal growth. What does that mean for you?
  7. How does your school support your personal development?
  8. What is the number one well-being takeaway for you from this chat?

View the discussion archive here


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Martin Burrett is the editor of our popular UKEdMagazine, along with curating resources in the ICTMagic section, and free resources for teachers on UKEd.Directory

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