Managing Teacher Workload

Rights and conditions
02 November 2016
Workload publication cover
It is acknowledged that the quality of teaching is the critical factor in raising standards of learning. And yet teachers' workload has rocketed in recent years, leaving morale for many at rock-bottom.

Recent DfE analysis shows that primary teachers work around 60 hours a week and school leaders even longer. This is not sustainable. Teachers need an end to excessive working hours.

Edited by Nansi Ellis, assistant general secretary at ATL, Managing Teacher Workload: A Whole-School Approach to Finding the Balance brings together leading educationalists to discuss real, practical ways to solve the biggest problem in the profession.

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Need further advice?

Your first point of contact is your ATL/AMiE rep in your school or college. Your local ATL/AMiE branch is also available to help with queries, or you can contact AMiE's member advisors on tel: 0345 8118111 or email us. Please have your membership number to hand when telephoning and include it with any correspondence - this will help us to answer your query more quickly.