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Looking after your mental and physical health at work

As teachers, we often adapt our posture to suit the student, sitting next to the end of the keyboard, or leaning over to fix cello spikes, for example

It is important to manage your own health at work, and you should spend an appropriate amount of time reflecting on this. As teachers, we often adapt our posture to suit the student, sitting next to the end of the keyboard, or leaning over to fix cello spikes, for example. However, it does not just stop with the physical. Read our article and consider what measures you should put in place to protect your physical and mental health at work.

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