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Education Support Partnership

Overview

Support for those in education concerned about issues such as workload, stress, student behavioural problems, work life balance.  The Education Support Partnership is a new name for the joined forces of Teacher Support Network, Recourse & Work Life Support and the Education Support Partnership.

The Education Support Partnership provides mental health and wellbeing support services to all staff working in education including: teachers, teaching assistants, supply teachers, NQTs, headteachers, lecturers, support staff as well as those retired from the education sector.

They provide independent, confidential support, to help people deal with stress, anxiety or depression, bullying, career and money worries, and a range of other issues.

Free Helpline 08000 562 561 for emotional support is for all staff working in any kind of education institution in England, Wales and Scotland.

Grants  The confidential grants service can help you manage your financial and money worries to get you back on track when you are struggling.

Training & development fund   This new fund has been created in partnership with the CSIS Charity Fund to assist in education-related training, re-entering education or transitioning to a new career.

Help for your staff  Education Support Partnership have a full range of services to help schools, colleges, universities, and organisations create a thriving workplace for their staff.

Resources   A range of free and practical resources on a of topics including managing stress & work-life balance are available on their website.

Contact Details

Phone:
National Helpline: 08000 562 561, General Enquiries 020 7697 2750

Email:
enquiries@edsupport.org.uk. For emotional support contact: support@edsupport.org.uk

Website:
http://www.educationsupportpartnership.org.uk

Address:
Education Support Partnership, 40A Drayton Park, London N5 1EW

Other Info

Opening times:
The Support Lines are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Office opening times check with them.

Costs:
Free national Helpline.

Disabled Access:
Yes

Directions:
They are located on Drayton Park just off Holloway Rd in North London in the UK. Nearest tube: The nearest station is Holloway Road on the Piccadilly line (5 minutes walk), but both Highbury and Islington and Finsbury Park on the Victoria line are a 10-15 minute walk. Nearest Railway: Drayton Park is very close and runs between Moorgate and Finsbury Park. It is an easy connection to get to Finsbury Park on the tube and then go upstairs and catch a train for one stop to Drayton Park. Car parking: There is limited parking available, but it must be pre-arranged. Please call the office number to discuss (020 7697 2750). There is limited pay and display parking available in the general area. Cycling: They have very secure bike parking - in the office. Please let them know if you want to come by bike on 020 7697 2750. The office is on a good bike route from Finsbury Park (5 minutes) or Kings Cross (15 minutes). We are on the cycle route on this map, near Drayton Park station.

Other information:

Last updated:
3rd October 2019