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A poll of 7000 teachers in Scotland found that 61% said they were more stressed this year compared to 2013, while 15% described themselves as "extremely stressed". Just under half said stress affected them all the time and three-quarters said they were unhappy with their workload. The survey of members of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) teaching union concluded well-being and satisfaction within the profession was low and stress levels were "very high". Just a third of respondents said they would recommend teaching as a career. The EIS said it painted "a worrying picture of a profession under the cosh"...

Louise asks: Are Scotland's teachers at breaking point?

The British Red Cross Everyday First Aid programme is reaching its youngest ever audience - by going into nursery schools. This is as part of their new campaign 'Prepared For Life First Aid' which aims to turn the whole of Scotland into a nation of lifesavers.

Louise asks: How prepared are you to administer first aid?

Extra Question:
The Chelsea Flower show gets under way so we're asking you what the most impressive thing in your garden is?

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1 hour, 40 minutes

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Tue 20 May 2014 10:00
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