Leadership

Teachers’ Workloads Diary Survey 2009

The 2009 teachers’ workloads survey of 1,572 teachers by the DCSF provides data on the hours and working patterns teachers in maintained primary, secondary and special schools in England and Wales. The report shows that most categories of teacher in 2009 continue to report working over 50 hours per week, and head teachers in primary schools are more likely to think they are expected to do things that are not part of their job most or all of the time compared to other types of teachers. Leadership Briefings Issue 4.05 (41)

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