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Work/life balance workshop: 

Work/life balance workshop Graffiti Wall stimulus material Version 1.0

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Stimulus slides Please note that “Graffiti wall” stimulus materials may be used in their current format for the purpose of providing stimulus to an ideas generation exercise around extended services. Please do not extract any of the images for alternative use as this would contravene the copyright agreement under which they were purchased.

Stage one - Graffiti wall brown paper template: 

What would you see / hear? What would be happening? How would it feel? Stage one - Graffiti wall brown paper template Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Selected stimulus slides Picture a school with an embedded work/life balance culture

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Teacher Barbie? Holiday Barbie?

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68% of schools believe that remodelling has improved the morale / job satisfaction of the school workforce NRT research, 1700 remodelling schools

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“Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.” Benjamin Franklin

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“Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you” Carl Sandburg

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“We must use time creatively and forever realize that time is hope to do great things” Martin Luther King Jr

Astley High, Northumberland: 

How did they do it… Astley High, Northumberland What are the benefits… Supports their culture as a ‘caring’ school Strong indicators suggest that staff sickness and absenteeism is reducing School able to use the IIP accreditation to ‘market’ themselves to potential staff Used the Investors in People (IIP) work/life balance framework as a base Consulted with all staff on key matters relating to work/life balance options and procedures Developed and gave work/life balance briefings and training What did they do... Researched work/life balance best practice Consulted and involved all staff and governors in the process Embedded work/life balance thinking in all the school’s practices and procedures Introduced a process to evaluate the impact of the solutions introduced Secured IIP work/life balance accreditation (first secondary to obtain)

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74% of schools believe that work/life balance has improved as a result of remodelling NRT research, 1700 remodelling schools

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