How to turn ‘bad’ stress into ‘good’ stress for pupils

POSTED: October 5, 2020Category: ArticlesBY: AISA P9

The start of term has presented us with a wide range of challenges: some familiar, others new, some exacerbated. All are intertwined with the age-old theme of stress.

Stress, defined as normal day-to-day hassles such as ongoing academic demand, is a significant part of our everyday life, whether we recognise its contribution to our day, see it as positive or negative, a motivator or a hindrance.

We know that, in this period of great uncertainty, there have been spikes in stress and anxiety among school staff, particularly leaders and teachers with children.

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