Apply for the Gold Teach Well School Award during the
Corona Virus Pandemic
Nominate your school for the Gold Teach Well School Award below
by telling us how your school is taking care of your physical and mental wellbeing
during the Corona Virus pandemic.
At the end of the pandemic, you can apply to have the award extended for 12 months by describing how your school looked after staff in the Autumn term 2019 and Spring term 2020 before the pandemic outbreak.
Schools that have been awarded the Teach Well School Award for taking care of the physical and mental wellbeing of their staff during the Corona Virus pandemic
St Thomas Primary Academy, Rotherham
Headteacher: Victoria Sherwood
King Edwin School, Stockton-on-Tees
Headteacher: Lorna McLean
Sir Frederick Gibberd College, Harlow
Headteacher: Dee Conlon
Teach Well School Gold Award
Complete the Teach Well Toolkit Programme.
Display your Teach Well School Award.
The Teach Well School Award says:
'Come and teach in our school! We will look after you!'
Purchase the Teach Well Toolkit by completing the form below.
Wellbeing Lead Diploma
Are you a school Wellbeing Lead?
Our Wellbeing Lead Diploma has been designed for you!
Click on the button below to download our
information booklet on the Wellbeing Lead Diploma
Register for the Wellbeing Lead Diploma.
Choose the appropriate registration form below according to whether
you are being funded by your school or funding the Diploma yourself
Teach Well Alliance Teach Well School Gold Award
Exceptional Commitment to Staff Wellbeing
The following schools have achieved the Teach Well School Gold Award
by taking their own journey to achieve exceptional commitment to staff wellbeing
Click on their logo to visit the each school's website.
The British International School of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Three Bridges Primary School, Southall
Kingham Primary School, Chipping Norton
Killisick Junior School, Nottingham
Does your headteacher go the extra mile to ensure
staff wellbeing and mental health?
Nominate your headteacher for the Teach Well Alliance
Headteacher Award for Outstanding Contribution to Staff Wellbeing
Nominations are now invited for academic year 2019-20.
Closing date 22nd June 2020. Scroll down for nomination form.
The Award is made before the summer break.
Previous winners of the Headteacher Award for
Outstanding Contribution to Staff Wellbeing
Keith Douglas: 2018-19
Click on Keith Douglas's photo to visit the school website
John Rowlands: 2017-18
Manchester Communication Academy
Click on John Rowland's photo to visit the school website
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