Every Teacher Matters Network
A partnership between the Teach Well Alliance and the Every Teacher Matters Project
Suneta is a former headteacher, with a career spanning over 20 years in Primary schools, as a teacher, SENDCo and senior leader. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered College. Suneta is an accredited coach and supports the wellbeing and mental health of teachers and school leaders, both individually and within the school context. Suneta has bereavement counselling qualifications and is a First Aid for Mental Health Instructor, accredited by NUCO through the Awarding Body First Aid Awards (FAA). Sunetal is also a Mindfulness Trainer. She is director of Cultivate Coaching & Consultancy and founder of the Every Teacher Matters Project.
Steve has over 40 years’ experience in secondary education, including as Head of Drama, Head of English, Assistant Principal and a local authority consultant with a School Improvement team. He is a Founding Fellow of the Chartered College and an elected member of council. Steve is also a qualified Counsellor (BAC) and is a First Aid for Mental Health Instructor, accredited by NUCO through the Awarding Body First Aid Awards (FAA). As Founder and CEO of the Teach Well Alliance, Steve works in partnership with schools to implement a culture of staff wellbeing and mental health through his unique programme, the Teach Well Toolkit.
Remember when teachers used to meet like this?
Pre-Covid teachers networking without
Well, now we meet like this
For teachers and leaders who believe that staff wellbeing and mental health
in schools should be a priority
"There is no pupil wellbeing, there's no pupil achievement, there's no pupil collaboration, there's no pupil collective responsibility, there's no pupil anything until the adults experience it first. I think to me it's quite a simple equation - if we're not putting our adults in a soil that is nutrient-rich - that will allow them to flourish into whoever they want to be as an educator, they have no chance of doing that effectively and sustainably in a classroom of children. Because sometimes, very often as a child, you have to watch somebody love something before you can learn to love yourself. That is a nutrient that gets overlooked in many schools - that we need to make sure as leaders that we take care of the people who take care of our pupils."
Jeremy Hannay: Three Bridges Primary School, Southall, West London
'There is Another Way'
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