Research and analysis

School snapshot survey: summer 2018

A summary of responses to questions asked in the summer 2018 school snapshot survey.

Documents

School snapshot survey: summer 2018

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School snapshot survey: summer 2018 data table

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School snapshot survey: summer 2018 data table

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Details

The Department for Education uses the school snapshot survey to collect data about how policies are working and what senior leaders and classroom teachers think of them.

Topics covered in this report include:

  • removal of levels
  • English Baccalaureate (EBacc)
  • GCSE reform
  • curriculum planning
  • teaching time in primary schools
  • systematic synthetic phonics
  • transition to key stage 1
  • teacher workload
  • hiring supply teachers
  • aspiration to become a headteacher
  • continuing professional development (CPD)
  • pupil behaviour
  • diversity support
  • provision of sanitary products
  • access to nutritious food
  • special education needs and disabilities (SEND)
  • mental health needs
  • careers education
  • school statistics
  • budgets
Published 28 January 2019