Guidance

Reducing teacher workload: evaluating the impact

Materials to help school leaders and teachers evaluate the impact of their action to reduce workload.

Documents

1. Evaluating the impact: checklist

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3. Example: workload and wellbeing action plan

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Details

School leaders and teachers have prepared these materials to help reduce workload.

Use the checklist to help evaluate the impact of your actions to reduce workload.

Use the examples to see how other schools monitor workload.

Our 3-stage guide to ‘Reducing workload in your school’ explains how to use the workload toolkit.

This is stage 3. Stage 1 contains tools to help you carry out a workload audit, and stage 2 contains workshops on specific workload themes.

Acknowledgements

Thank you to Notre Dame High School, Norwich and Baylis Court School, Slough, for sharing the examples above.

Published 21 July 2018
Last updated 24 July 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added 'Example of establishing a school workload group'.
  2. First published.