Thank your child's teacher
Flowers or chocolates are a great way of saying thank you to your child’s teacher however, an even better way is to gift them membership of the Happy Teacher well-being program. As well as your personalised message of thanks, each week for 12 months they will receive an article written especially for teachers to help them improve their well-being and reduce their stress.
Show your support and appreciation with a one off payment of $29.50 which provides a personalised message of thanks and 12 months membership to your nominated teacher.
Happy Teacher well-being program 12-month membership for $29.50
How It Works
Each week your child's teacher will receive a one-page article filled with tips to help them improve their well-being, enhance their skills and increase their job satisfaction. The articles provide professional development and practical strategies to improve well-being, reduce stress, cope well in times of change, work effectively with others and improve work-life balance. View a sample article.
The articles are written by experts, especially teachers.
The articles will provide them with…
- strategies to improve your well-being and reduce stress
- skills to better use time
- maintain a positive attitude
- work well with others; and
- improve work-life balance.
Happy Teacher provides an individual teacher with membership of the highly acclaimed Happy School program. Join the growing movement of thousands of teachers across Australia, New Zealand and internationally who are boosting staff morale and reducing stress through the Happy School program.
Happy Teacher is for individuals. It provides an individual with access to the weekly Happy School articles. Happy School membership is for a school. It includes copyright permission for the articles to be shared with all staff. Membership is on a 12 month basis and can be paid via credit card or PayPal. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Happy Teacher and Happy School were developed by leading Australian educator Steve Francis. Steve is an in-demand speaker for conferences and professional development programs in schools. He has been a leading educator and Principal for 20 years having led schools in Queensland, Australia and Hong Kong. He currently works with a range of schools and corporate clients.
Steve developed the Happy School program in response to concerns about the rising level of teacher stress and the affect poor staff morale was having on student learning. His Master's research focused on Teacher Stress. The Happy School articles are written by Steve and a range of other experts who work with schools.
Details on the types of programs Steve offers can be found at www.stevefrancis.net.au or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org