An interview with Peter Radford

08 March 2021

Peter discusses the following questions:

  • How did the book come about?

  • From your research and experience, which well-being strategies have been most successful in changing whole school culture?

  • The Wheel of Teaching is a really useful strategy to look at your own wellbeing and job satisfaction. Do you feel that particular spokes on the wheel impact teachers™ wellbeing more than others?

  • How can we support staff to restore their passion for teaching in such challenging times?

  • What would you advise teachers and leaders to do if they™re at breaking point?

  • Can you share any success stories of staff that do maintain a balanced life as a result of your strategies and training?

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