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Staff Well Being

All Saints’ Well Being Strategy

The leaders of All Saints' acknowledge the intense challenges that education staff have experienced in recent years, and are developing an All Saints’ Well Being Strategy.

Elements of this strategy include increasing support available for staff who are 'in crisis', and developing a library of well-being resources for the use of the whole staff community.

Below are links to some of these resources.

In-house Support

In school you can speak in confidence to your line-manager, SLT line-manager, or the School Operations Manager.  If you feel that it would be better to speak to someone within the Trust but outside of School, the School Operations Manager can refer you to our Trust HR Manager, Kelly.

We can support you through whatever is going on either through active listening; an individual support plan (IRAMP), or a refer you for additional support elsewhere. 

From school we can refer you for bespoke services through our occupational health department, such as physiotherapy, counselling, or CBT.

More information about what services are available is on the Schools' Portal:, or the office can provide an emailed/ printed copy.

Able Futures

Our Trust has also partnered with Able Futures, a confidential, self-referral mental health support service for anybody who is experiencing poor mental health or wellbeing which is affecting you in work.  

You can access up to 9 months of 1-2-1 support within 30 days of referral, from a dedicated mental health professional via telephone, email and MS Teams. 

Able Futures are there to listen to you and to give advice, guidance, and support, whatever is on your mind: there is no waiting list and you can apply online or by calling 0800 321 3137.   

If you are experiencing issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, or stress, or are struggling to deal with problems such as debt, disrupted sleep or relationship breakdowns that may be affecting your mental health, Able Futures can help you build resilience, tackle issues, feel better and learn new ways to manage your mental health throughout the ups and downs of life.   

Find out more at

Contact details for Able Futures: 

Freephone 0800 321 3137 (8am to 10.30pm, Monday to Friday) 

Website - 

Email -  

Education Support Services

If you would prefer independent support Education Support Services offer a free support service available by telephone, text or email. 

'No matter what you’re going through, we’re always here for you, day or night, all the time. Call us. You'll feel better. 

In these unprecedented times we are here for you. No matter what you’re feeling, our free, confidential helpline is always here 24/7. Night or day, our trained counsellors are here to listen to you without judgement and help you find a way forward, whatever your worries or concerns and feel better. 

Our helpline is free and available to all serving and retired teachers, lecturers and staff in education (primary, secondary, further or higher education) in England, Wales and Scotland 24/7, 365 days a year.' 

Contact details for Education Support Services: 

UK-wide: 08000 562 561 day or night 

Txt: 07909 341229 (answered within 24 hours) 


Free advice, resources, and helpline:  

Other sources of advice and support


Blurt Foundation 

Anxiety UK 


Phone: 116 123 


Employee Support - A4 Handout.pdf

Let's Keep Talking

Lets Keep Talking - Directory of Mental Health Resources Leaflet.pdf

Social Media

Recommended Reading

Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World, by Mark Williams and Danny Penman

Look inside the book on Amazon:

Free meditations for the book are on the book's website:

The Self-Care Project: How to let go of frazzle and make time for you, by Jayne Hardy.

Look inside the book on Amazon:

Time Management Resources

We have so many demands on our time at the moment that it can be easy to feel swamped and feel like all you do it jump from email to crisis to phone call to...

Time management sounds like a mystical beast - I don't have any time, how can I manage it?!

I would like everyone to take a short time-out from your day, have a beverage of choice, and consider whether a spring-clean of your time management would be beneficial.

This document collates some ideas gathered from past managers, management theory and the good ol' internet - I hope they will help!