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Our unique wellbeing approach

We all want to feel our best in our day-to-day lives, but as an employer, you are legally bound by a duty of care to promote and increase employee welfare.

Not only does this aim to improve job satisfaction and morale in your workplace, but also to protect you against costly staff absences. 

Having worked closely with schools for over 20 years, we have developed a deep understanding and appreciation of what it means to have an effective and proactive strategy to help increase staff wellbeing in schools

We are the only absence insurance provider who offer a comprehensive wellbeing package that is totally independent from the absence insurance policy, meaning:

  • Your staff can access the services as and when they like, without requesting permission of school management. We’ve found this confidential approach has made staff more likely to use the services available, boosting job satisfaction and retention levels.
  • All staff members are covered 24/7, no matter where they are based.
  • Your staff can use our services as often as they please, and it will never have an impact on your insurance premium. This means, you’ll never pay extra for claims made. 

We have a range of specifically tailored services to help in improving staff wellbeing in schools; all designed to directly benefit your staff rather than your insurer. So, you can ensure everyone working in your school or academy feels valued.

Musculoskeletal services




Counselling services


EAP and online resources


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For your school Staff Absence Policy.

We have been a client with Schools UK for 5 years now, growing from a trust of 2 schools up to 14. Schools UK’s staff absence insurance policy helps to support our employee’s through their wellbeing package, whilst also helping to protect our financial budget where a staff absence occurs. Their personal level of service is fantastic, with friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff.

Stephanie Bass
Bridge Schools Multi Academy Trust.