Stress, anxiety and depression are likely to increase as many teachers work from home during the coronavirus pandemic. See our Mental Health Advice for Teachers Working from Home for ways that everyone can help look after their own mental health.
The NASUWT is leading the way on teachers' mental health and wellbeing. We have addressed the issue with governments and policymakers, supported members across the UK in industrial action against adverse management practices, and developed a suite of training resources that include mental health training courses.
The NASUWT is also working with unions and organisations around the world to ensure issues around stress, mental health and wellbeing are firmly on the global agenda.
To find out more about our range of mental health support courses, visit our dedicated training pages to see what is coming up in the next 12 months.
You may also be interested in these associated courses which can be found within our training and development pages:
- Behaviour Management
- Working Assertively
- Dignity at Work: Your Rights, their Responsibilities
- Stress Management
- Promoting Safe Workplaces for LGBTI Teachers
- Workers on the Autism Spectrum and Trade Union Support
The Big Question Survey
Mental health is one of the key topics in the annual NASUWT Big Question Survey and one which has year on year informed our campaigning and policy work. Read our 2019 Report below.
You can download other Reports on the right/below.