Teacher Voice Omnibus Results November 2015: Representative views of teachers on a range of education policy areas
Teacher Voice Omnibus Results November 2015: Representative views of teachers on a range of education policy areas

Suzanne Straw, Jack Tattersall and David Sims

Research Report, July 2016


Research report on the DfE website

The Department for Education (DfE) submitted questions on a range of key policy areas to the NFER Teacher Voice Omnibus Survey and Senior Leader Booster Survey conducted in November and December 2015. This report provides a summary of and commentary on the responses to these questions.

The questions explored teachers’ and senior leaders’ views on a variety of topics, including: statutory assessment; curriculum reform; accountability reforms; careers and apprenticeships; building pupils’ character, resilience and active learning; alternative provision; Prevent; physical activity; English as an additional language (EAL) and vocational programmes. All results are nationally representative by school characteristics, including region, performance band, and eligibility for free school meals.


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Format: PDF, 52pp, ISBN: 9781781055892
Sponsor(s): DfE


How to cite this publication:

Straw, S., Tattersall, J. and Sims, D. (2016). NFER Teacher Voice Omnibus: November 2015 Results – February 2016 (DfE Research Brief 532). London: DfE


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