Our Staff Engagement Award recognises and celebrates schools who are striving to create thriving workplaces.
We believe all schools can become even better places to work. The Staff Engagement Award recognises a range of achievements that reflect where schools are in their journey to becoming a great workplace.
Did you know that the services you buy through Worklife Support help fund two charities for education staff?
This year our organisation will merge with our sister charities Teacher Support Network and Recourse, which provide free support services for individual teachers and staff working in further and higher education and their families who may be facing hardship.
By coming together as a new single-entity charity, we aim to work more efficiently and cost effectively and to develop a much stronger presence within the sector. We will build on and develop both our free services, which focus on emergency grants and debt counselling for individual education staff and their families, and our bespoke and extensive paid-for services for organisations and their workforce. Our long-term goal is for all profits from the sale of Worklife Support’s existing paid-for services to cover the administrative costs of the charity group so that 100% of donations will fund our free services for individuals.
To find out more about these changes, visit the Frequently Asked Questions section of the charity group’s main website (www.teachersupport.info/faqs) or call our head office on 0845 873 5680.
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Who We Work With
Congratulations to Coteland PRU (pictured in the photo with headteacher Jenny Adamson), the Stradbroke High School, Suffolk, Croydon and Sandwell Inspired Partnership Services, the latest recipients of Worklife Support’s Gold Staff Engagement Award.