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How can school leaders look after their wellbeing?

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When you have a leadership position within a school, at any level, there are two aspects of wellbeing that need your attention: your own, and that of those you lead. The two are related: if you do not safeguard your own wellbeing, you are less likely to be fully professionally effective, and you are not modelling the approach to wellbeing you want ...
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Could growth mindset support students’ mental health, as well as their learning?

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Student wellbeing is top of the list priority list for many teachers at the moment. Issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, fear of failure and perfectionism, are having a chilling effect on students of all ages. NHS data shows that there has been a 68% rise in hospital admissions for self-harm among girls under 17 in the last decade . El...
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A beginner’s guide to: Doctor Martin Seligman

A beginner’s guide to: Doctor Martin Seligman
Best known for: Doctor Martin Seligman (image source: University of Pennsylvania) The author of more than 250 scholarly publications and 20 books, Seligman started out being known for 'learned helplessness' a condition he discovered, which led humans and animals t behave helplessly in an unpleasant situation, even if they could change it. Since 200...
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