Findings from teachers, middle leaders and senior leaders on their working hours and perceptions of workload.

This report presents the findings from the Teacher Workload Survey (TWS) 2019, which is a large-scale nationally representative survey of teachers, middle leaders and senior leaders, conducted over a three-week period in March 2019.

The survey helps act as a national ‘barometer’ for teachers’, middle leaders’ and senior leaders’ working conditions and forms a key part of the Department for Education’s (DfE) commitment to improving the evidence base on what drives unnecessary teacher workload and what works to reduce it.

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Teacher workload survey 2019: research report

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Teacher workload survey 2019: research brief

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Teacher workload survey 2019: technical report

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The report explains the results of the 2019 teacher workload survey. It explores whether there have been any changes in self-reported working hours and perceptions of workload since 2016.

The brief gives an overview of the findings.

The technical report gives more detail about the data and design of the survey.

The teacher workload survey asks teachers, middle leaders and senior leaders across schools in England about self-reported working hours and attitudes to teacher workload.

Read the results from the first teacher workload survey from 2016.

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