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We received a strong response to our debate on health and wellbeing. 9% of you believe you put your health and wellbeing first as a teacher, while 91% of you feel otherwise. Read some of the responses here.
Claire Lavelle set up the Hive of Wellbeing and now leads sessions in a number of Scottish local authorities that focus on the wellbeing of staff.
Claire Lavelle's Hive of Wellbeing delivers specialist training and support in the area of teacher health and wellbeing. We hear about the difference the Hive has made for teachers in the Lothians.
Perth College UHI has worked with Live Active Leisure and NHS Tayside to develop an exercise programme where trained students provide fitness sessions for care home residents.
Streap, a Teaching Certificate in Gaelic Medium Education, is a postgraduate programme at Masters level suitable for nursery, primary or secondary teachers.
The Scottish Association for Mental Health offers a range of resources to support your health and wellbeing.
Ellen Doherty explains Professional Registration, which provides an opportunity for fully registered teachers to gain registration in another subject area or sector.
Depute Headteacher Bruce Robertson discusses his experience of the Into Headship programme.
We learn about the place of Learning for Sustainability within the recently reformed Finnish curriculum.
Kathleen Kerrigan from SCEL explores the potential of middle leaders.
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