Teacher Voice

 

Spending Priorities for the Pupil Premium: questions submitted by the Sutton Trust (May 2013)

Top priorities for spending the Pupil Premium were given by teachers as 'early intervention schemes' and 'more one-to-one tuition'.
Read the full report here

 

School exclusions: Questions submitted by the Office of the Children's Commissioner (November 2012)

The most commonly detailed exclusion practices are reported to be fixed-term, and to a much lesser extent permanent, exclusions for poor behaviour. A minority of schools were using practices that may not be condoned by the statutory guidance.
Read more on this research here

About Teacher Voice

Teacher Voice is NFER's teacher omnibus survey. It started in February 2008, and is now running three times a year, with surveys in the autumn, spring and summer. The survey offers you the opportunity to submit questions to our panel of 1000 primary and secondary school teachers and receive analysis of the results.

Teacher Voice is a fast turnaround regular survey that enables you to access up to the minute views from teachers on topical issues. Buying into a few questions on the surveys is an economical way to find out what teachers think about particular issues without commissioning a full survey or research project. The surveys are online, allowing us to produce results very quickly and keep costs low. NFER's experienced research staff provide advice and guidance on question wording, and our statisticians and researchers provide a comprehensive set of results for your use.

Our teacher panel represents the whole teaching workforce, from headteachers to newly qualified classroom teachers, drawn from a representative sample of publically-funded primary and secondary schools in England (including Academies).
 

Why use Teacher Voice? | Findings from past surveys




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