Being in the right place to do the right job


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It’s not a post about trying to win that elusive interview or capture the next promotion. It’s far more important really; it’s about being in the right mental place to be able to keep doing the job we want to do, and can sustainably maintain. I’ve been reading Martyn Reah’s initiative this week about developing conscious steps to maintain teacher well-being and his call for all of us involved in the profession to develop a healthy mental and physical response to the demands of the role through the #teacher5aday approach he blogged about here.

As circumstance often conspires – it has been a bit of a yin and yang week in which a range of seemingly unconnected events found themselves drawing ties into this initiative. There was the news report earlier in the week with David Cameron calling for more maths and science entrants to the profession so we can…

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