Dr Lucy Kelly is an Associate Professor in Education at the University of Bristol, primarily working with PGCE English trainee teachers. She advocates that trainee teachers see themselves as their own biggest resource in the classroom, and that they prioritise their wellbeing from the outset. Her main research interest is reflective practice as a positive tool for educator wellbeing, and she is Principal Investigator for the ‘Reimagining the Diary’ project, which uses a multimodal Diary Toolkit and ongoing wellbeing CPD to support educators across the country. The team have now launched a student Diary Toolkit, which is currently being tested by 250 Year 12 pupils. Lucy has written numerous articles on educator wellbeing and reflective practice, and presented her work on podcasts, at conferences and on the radio. ‘Reimagining the Diary: reflective practice as a positive tool for educator wellbeing’ is Lucy’s first book.