We are delighted to be welcoming back Dr Emma Kell, this time with Adrian Bethune, for a new course with NAHT promoting well-being for school leaders and their schools and communities you lead and represent.
This course will provide you with a practical session with a firm underpinning in contemporary research, examining practical realities around well-being of both leaders and your colleagues. The session will present a series of models which can be used with staff to promote practices and ultimately keep great teachers and leaders happily in the profession.
Course facilitator – Dr Emma Kell
Dr Emma Kell has over 20 years’ experience as a teacher and leader at middle and senior level. She is a Specialist Leader of Education and works as a Senior teaching fellow at UCL’s Institute of Education and as Teaching School Lead role for Aspire AP, a PRU in Buckinghamshire. Emma speaks regularly on well-being, recruitment and retention, and writes for a variety of publications including TES and BBC Teach.
Emma has completed a doctorate on teacher well-being and work-life balance at Middlesex University. She is author of “How to Survive in Teaching” and “A little Guide for Teachers: Well-being and Self-Care“.
Course facilitator – Adrian Bethune
Adrian Bethune is author of “Well-being in the Primary Classroom: A Pracitical Guide to Teaching Happiness” and “A Little Guide for Teachers: Teacher Well-being and Self-Care“.