Teachers’ mental health and wellbeing inevitably impacts students’ mental health. Improving staff wellbeing and reducing staff stress, sickness and absence leads to improved teaching ability and performance. Teachers and school leaders will bring their own coping styles, resilience, perceptions of what a teacher is and should be and personality to their role, and these will inform how well they cope with the stressors associated with teaching. Given they are dealing with a large group of young people, with diverse interests and backgrounds, effective teachers will also need the ability to coach students through conflict situations and encourage cooperation among students during and outside of class time. Teachers will need to draw on informal and formal social and emotional supports and set aside time for family and interests outside of work. A. C. Frenzel, T. Goetz, O. Ludtke, R. Pekrun and R. E. Sutton investigated the relationship between teachers’ students’ enjoyment in mathematics.