5 ways to look after your mental health every day

The ongoing pandemic is throwing many things at us that can affect mental health and wellbeing. Teachers are also facing additional pressure and demands in their roles, which may further affect mental health.

It has never been more important for teachers to look after their mental health proactively, and make prioritising their wellbeing an integral and essential part of their daily routine. Here are five simple evidence-based

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