The DfE submitted seven questions to the NFER's Teacher Voice Omnibus survey in February 2012. The questions examined teachers’ perceptions of pupil behaviour and their experience of using behaviour management strategies. The survey also explored teachers' perceptions of the training and support received in behaviour management.
This report provides an analysis of the responses to these questions alongside supporting information about the survey. Where appropriate, the results are presented by school phase (primary and secondary), seniority (classroom teachers and senior leaders), teacher age group and years of teaching experience. Some of the questions were also submitted to the Teacher Voice survey in June 2008 and, where appropriate, comparisons over time have been made.
How to cite this publication:
National Foundation for Educational Research (2012). NFER Teacher Voice Omnibus February 2012 Survey: Pupil Behaviour (DFE Research Report 219). London: DFE.