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Teacher wellbeing at its lowest level in 5 years, according to Education Support’s 2023 ‘teacher wellbeing index’. Stress, insomnia and burnout rates all continue to rise, with working in schools described as “unsustainably demanding” [Schools Week]. 

Support from GovernorHub Knowledge: Find out how you can monitor and support staff workload and wellbeing without stepping on the toes of the day-to-day running of your school.

Almost 1/3 of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) report frequent face-to-face bullying. 28% of pupils receiving free school meals also had the same experience, according to a new survey by the Anti-Bullying Alliance [Tes Magazine- registration required]. 

Support from GovernorHub Knowledge: Find everything you need to review and approve your school or trust’s behaviour policy

Leaders from 4 unions call on the government to deliver at least £1.7 billion in extra funding in the autumn statement. Without the extra cash, essential provision will need to be cut [Schools Week]. 

Support from GovernorHub Knowledge  Find a selection of the grants available to schools, and details of freebies your school can access with our funds and freebies monthly highlights.


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