The health and wellbeing of our staff is incredibly important. Most days, working in schools is the best job in the world! But there are those days where the long hours, demanding workload and pressures that are inherent in education can have an impact on our health and wellbeing.


We are committed to supporting our staff and have partnered with the following charities and support networks to provide you with real, practical guidance, someone to talk to, and different types of support if and when you need it.

Self care is a priority – not a luxury – in the work that we do.

The Herts Healthy Workplace programme gives our staff access to resources, services, and signposts to support if needed. Once our staff are registered and cleared for work with us, they will be provided with a login and password.

We are proud to have partnered with Education Support, a charity dedicated to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of teachers and education staff.


Education Support can provide confidential emotional and financial assistance.

We’re proud to announce that we’ve signed the Menopause Workplace Pledge, as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting those who go through menopause.

The pledge, run by Wellbeing of Women, aims to redress the lack of awareness and support for people in the workplace who are experiencing menopause.

We promote open, positive and respectful discussions in order to support our staff.