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School Leaders: a guide to your wellbeing

 

Looking after your whole school well-being

Put yours’ and your team’s wellbeing first with NAHT Discovery Education Pathway

We believe as educators your wellbeing, motivation and creative ambitions deserve as much consideration as your professional skills. Offering a fresh approach to CPD, NAHT Discovery Education Pathway is a holistic programme that supports the continuous professional empowerment of teachers and leaders in today’s schools.

Pathway’s unique Wellbeing Programme is designed to help you to look after yourself while the Advice Hub addresses your concerns around policies, dates and deadlines.

Pathway’s online wellbeing programme will:

  • equip staff with the tools and knowledge they need to manage their own wellbeing, while contributing to whole-school initiatives,
  • establish a caring culture in your staff, with greater understanding of what welbeing is, and what it is not,
  • give reliable and trusted advice on a whole range of leadership and governance issues – you won’t miss deadlines and policy changes with up-to-date statutory guidance,
  • reduce stress and pre-empt problems by having the right advice when you need it most, including an extensive bank of HR advice pieces.

“Discovery Education Pathway has been an extremely useful and thought-provoking part of my own CPD this year. The video content is engaging and each course lets me progress at my own pace – whether than be an afternoon, hour or five minutes out of my usual day. I would recommend Discovery Education Pathway for anyone who wants to develop their own CPD through a comprehensive and engaging resource where everything is one easy accessible place.”

Deputy head teacher, County Durham