Recourse

The helpline dedicated to school teachers and staff in FE and HE

Recourse is here to offer you practical and emotional support if you are experiencing problems in your work or home life
Recourse provides free support services specifically for all staff working in adult, further and higher education
They were very kind and helpful and donated this money with the minimum of fuss and red tape. I now feel less anxious about my situation and far more hopeful

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Have you not heard of Teacher Support Network and Recourse? Nor have 80% of the education sector. Do you want to help us change that?
Three in five people working in education say their work performance has suffered as a result of mental health problems, according to research by a leading education charity.
Teacher Support Network and Recourse believe that everyone working in education can work more effectively and flourish in their careers if they are mentally and physically healthy.
As you are probably aware, Teacher Support Network (TSN) and Recourse are independent charities committed to teachers, serving or retired and also people working in or retired from Higher Education and Further Education. However, after extensive research and consultation TSN and Recourse are changing.
Is it fair to judge a teacher's performance by their students' exam results?
Help us establish a link between teacher health and wellbeing and student outcomes

Teacher Support Network and Recourse have 12 scholarships of up to £500 available in 2014, on behalf of the Cutler Trust, to assist young people with their education. The deadline for 2014 applications is 12pm on Friday 30 August 2014.

Are you struggling with anxiety? Would you like to speak to someone?
Higher Education has been in the spotlight for students' mental health, but now the focus is turning to staff. Julian Stanley, Group Chief Executive at Teacher Support Network, Recourse & Worklife Support looks at what is happening and offers ideas on how people in Universities can help improve things.

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Have you not heard of Teacher Support Network and Recourse? Nor have 80% of the education sector. Do you want to help us change that?
Post date: Tuesday 21 October 2014
Three in five people working in education say their work performance has suffered as a result of mental health problems, according to research by a leading education charity.
Post date: Thursday 09 October 2014
Teacher Support Network and Recourse believe that everyone working in education can work more effectively and flourish in their careers if they are mentally and physically healthy.
Post date: Thursday 18 September 2014