Teacher Support Network

The helpline dedicated to school teachers and staff in FE and HE

 

 

What we do

At Teacher Support Network we believe that no teacher should have to cope with emotional strain alone, which is why we're always here to listen. Our dedicated helpline, the only one of its kind, is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. More about us

Support our work

There are plenty of ways to help us provide emergency support for your colleagues - from doing a fundraising event in our name to a one-off or regular financial contribution.
More about supporting us.

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Life was hard having an unknown learning difficulty. It left open a series of unsolved mysteries throughout my life that were only just solved last year when...

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With so many disturbing statistics like 1 in 4 teachers will quit the profession within their first 5 years of teaching, or the number of politicians referring to the high number of failing...

Cutler Trust Scholarship winners

Teacher Support Network and Recourse have scholarships of up to £500 available in 2015, on behalf of the Cutler Trust, to assist young people with their education. 

 

Julian Stanley explains what support the charity provides for teachers with money worries

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If you want to become a teacher, the likelihood is that to get there, you will need to go to university.

The shocking events that have taken place in Bradford over the last 24 hours are saddening and must be extremely worrying for the family, friends...

Julian Stanley, Chief Executive of Teacher Support Network, has responded to news that a teacher has been stabbed in Bradford.

Open book

This charity has a long and proud history of providing a range of free support services to individuals and their families to help at times of...

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An analysis of the 2015 Queen's speech and request for your thoughts on how the charity should respond.

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Sally Hunt examines the reason for the recent rise of stress levels among teaching professionals in Further Education

Julian Stanley's SecEd Column

Julian Stanley considers how the charity's programmes can help headteachers develop their students and themselves

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Running a session on Mindfulness for a group of 25 Supply teachers recently, we talked about the importance of looking after yourself in order...

Homepage of new website Be Well Teach Well

Today we are pleased to launch a new website packed with information, advice and practical tips to help teachers overcome some of the key...

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Welcome to the new dedicated blog for the charity’s research and policy work.

With so many stories about child mental health recently, David Exall from children's counselling charity Place2Be, says teachers and education professionals must look after their own...

New figures show increasing numbers of teachers are facing abuse online. We've put together some tips for social media to help education staff avoid cyberbullying from students, colleagues or...