Putting Wellbeing and Workload Into Practice

Brilliant!

Healthy Toolkit

Since Healthy Toolkit HQ set up operations we have blogged and tweeted extensively about wellbeing in schools. We have however also been working behind the scenes in our real jobs at making wellbeing a workplace priority and been examining ways of addressing the issue of workload through a practical model which recognises the pressures schools face in an era of cutbacks. Today we present how one small primary school has seized the initiative and addressed the issue so far.

wellbeingPrinciples

Wellbeing is not a tick box exercise. Nor is it a bolt-on attachment to the running of the school, a feature of the School Development Plan merely to address a perceived need, only to be forgotten about after a token ‘Wellbeing Day’ and  some half-hearted INSET. It cannot be treated as a mere hashtag, nor can it be allocated to a less experienced team member ‘to give them some experience’…

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