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Wellbeing zamestnancov je kľúčové pre dosiaahnutie celoškolského jednotného prístupu k duševnému zdraviu a wellbeingu. V roku 2019 bol v Británii vykonaný research by The Health and Safety Executive podľa ktorého učitelia a profesionáli pracujúci v oblasti vzdelávania mali najvyššiu mieru stresu súvisiaceho s prácou, depresií a úzkostí v Británii. Prieskum tiež zistil, že stres učiteľov má dopad vzdelávanie detí na prvom stupni.
V roku 2018 Anna Freud Centrum pre Deti a Rodiny publikovalo ‘Ten Steps Towards School Staff Wellbeing’, na základe hĺbkových rozhovorov s 3.000 učiteľmi a odborníkov pracujúcich v školstve. based on a consultation with over 3,000 teachers and allied professionals. One of the steps recommended is for schools to monitor and measure staff wellbeing through an annual survey.
Dôverný zamestnanecký prieskum pomáha merať a monitorovať progres a umožňuje školám zamerať sa na realistické a praktické kroky, ktoré môže školy urobiť.
Liga za duševné zdravie pre firmy ponúka meranie stupňa psychologického bezpečia pomocou osobitnej aplikácie, ktoré vie tiež poskytnúť aj pre školy a ich kolektívy a ktoré vedia do veľkej miery nahradiť uvedené meranie. Psychologické bezpečie je jedným z parametrov, n aktorom stoja kvalitné a dlhodobé intervencie v oblasti duševného zdravia. Pre viac informácií sa obráťte mailom.
If you would like to conduct a staff wellbeing survey, you may want to consider using our free Wellbeing Measurement for Schools – Staff Survey, developed by CORC and the Evidence Based Practice Unit.
The survey and supporting information are designed to help schools and FE colleges understand the importance of staff wellbeing as part of a whole school or FE college approach to mental health and wellbeing.
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If you would like support in carrying out the survey, we can provide this for you by setting up your online survey and analysing your data into an easy to understand report. To cover our costs, there is a charge for this service. If you would like to find out more about the costs and how to get started, please visit our website or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Things to consider when conducting a staff wellbeing survey:
Our colleagues in CORC and the Anna Freud Centre’s Evidence Based Practice Unit offer a staff wellbeing survey as part of their paid-for pupil measurement programme. The online staff survey uses validated tools to understand how staff are feeling. It asks questions about the ability and capacity of staff to support the children and young people in the school and explores aspects of school culture which may be affecting staff wellbeing. The staff survey can be completed alongside the Pupil Survey or on its own.
Your school report enables you to compare your staff team with others, helping you to better understand your team and identify strengths and challenges. The report is clear and easy to understand, ready to be shared with governors and staff.
As with the pupil wellbeing survey, this information is free, but we have to charge to cover our costs if you would like CORC to analyse the findings. See more under Step 3, ‘Understanding Need: Measuring wellbeing’.
This resource is based on the views of school staff who participated through our Schools in Mind learning network and those who responded to our Teacher Tapp survey. The Ten Steps Towards School Staff Wellbeing resource provides helpful materials and encourages schools and colleges to reflect; successfully promoting children’s mental health can only be achieved if schools and colleges giving staff wellbeing the consideration it deserves.
The Talking Toolkit from the HSE is designed to be used as a framework to help line managers have simple, practical conversations with school employees. The toolkit has six templates for different conversations, each with a different theme designed to encourage discussions about issues that may be causing work-related stress or about issues that could become future causes if not properly managed.
Ofsted has produced its own teacher wellbeing report which looks at how positive factors at school, such as culture and relationships with colleagues – contribute to teachers’ well-being. It also highlights negative factors, such as high workload, lack of work–life balance, concerns about resources and managing pupils’ behaviour.
Peterhouse specialist school used staff surveys to create a wellbeing action plan and improve staff morale.