Nearly three quarters of primary teachers overwhelmed by workload

Olivia Rook
Friday, October 11, 2019

Teachers continue to feel they are spending excessive amounts of time on planning, marking and data management.

A UCL study published last month found a quarter of teachers reported working a 60-hour week, a figure that is far higher than the Government average.
A UCL study published last month found a quarter of teachers reported working a 60-hour week, a figure that is far higher than the Government average.

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