News and Findings

Shown below is a list of news items which reference Teacher Voice and research recently published by NFER and partner organisations that have used the Teacher Voice Omnibus Survey panel to help inform findings.

Teacher Voice in the News

 

Publications featuring Teacher Voice

 

NFER Spotlight: Schools' responses to Covid-19

NFER Spotlight: Schools' responses to Covid-19

In Summer 2020, NFER invited all primary and secondary schools in England, as well as teachers and senior leaders on our Teacher Voice panel to take part in research focusing on the impact of Covid-19 on pupils, schools and teachers in England.

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Teacher Voice Omnibus Survey June 2019

Teacher Voice Omnibus Survey June 2019

In June 2019, we used NFER’s Teacher Voice omnibus survey to ask a sample of senior school leaders about changes in the proportion of time and budget their staff and school spent on providing important services.

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Education Inspection Framework 2019 NFER Response: Teacher Voice Data

Education Inspection Framework 2019 NFER Response: Teacher Voice Data

In February 2019, we used NFER’s Teacher Voice omnibus survey to ask a representative sample of senior leaders and classroom teachers questions related to Ofsted’s proposals for the Education Inspection Framework (EIF).

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Part-time Teaching and Flexible Working in Secondary Schools

Part-time Teaching and Flexible Working in Secondary Schools

In June 2018, Teacher Voice was used by NFER to ask teachers about their job satisfaction, the manageability of their current workload andif they would like to work different hours.

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Department for Education primary assessment in England government consultation: NFER response

Department for Education primary assessment in England government consultation: NFER response

The Government launched a consultation on primary assessment in March 2017, which NFER responded with a number of recommendations with supporting evidence, including the views of a representative sample of over 650 primary senior leaders and classroom teachers.

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