Almost 50% of school leaders think end of curriculum levels will increase workload
Almost a staggering 50% of school leaders believe that the end of the national curriculum levels will actually increase the workload placed on teachers. The governments decision to get rid of the levels and give schools the freedom to create and develop their own assessment systems.
Only 2% of school leaders believe that it will reduce the workload and less that 25% of them believe it will ultimately benefit pupils.
The most popular way of setting up new systems has been to buy them in from external providers with a large majority of schools having gone down this route and have new systems in place.