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DfE workload group reports - guidance for teachers

In the wake of the Government’s Workload Challenge, which asked teachers about workload issues and identified how unmanageable workload has become, the DfE set up three groups to address the key issues of lesson planning, marking and data management.

DfE workload group reports - guidance for leaders

In the wake of the Government’s Workload Challenge, which asked education staff about workload issues and identified how unmanageable workload has become, the DfE set up three groups to address the key issues of lesson planning, marking and data management.

Support staff workload in the independent sector

ATL believes that the increase in the quantity and complexity of work for school support staff has now reached crisis point.

Guide to the DfE teacher workload group reports - for teachers

The seventh in a special series of factsheets produced as part of It's about time, ATL's workload campaign.

Guide to the DfE teacher workload group reports - for leaders

The eight in a special series of factsheets produced as part of It's about time, ATL's workload campaign.

Support staff workload in state and academy schools

ATL believes that the increase in the quantity and complexity of work for school support staff has now reached crisis point.

CPD factsheet

ATL wants to help its members develop professionally and personally throughout the course of their careers.

Pupils' families factsheet

There is, nowadays, an expectation that your relationships with pupils' family members will extend beyond the traditional school report and so-called parents' evening.

Workload factsheet

ATL receives many calls from members concerned about their workload and asking how they can achieve a reasonable work-life balance. We believe staff are able to give their best if they have a reasonable work-life balance.

Stress factsheet

Second only to those working in the health and social care field, education staff are among the most stressed workers in the land.