What do teachers need to stay safe in school?

UK school staff can help Tes to tell the government about their concerns about staying safe at work by taking a few minutes to fill out this quick anonymous survey

Tes Reporter

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School staff are carrying out a crucial national role as the country faces its biggest test in decades.

But we know many of you are also concerned about what the pandemic will mean for your personal safety at work and your pupils’ welfare and education.

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This anonymous survey will help us to learn what is actually going on on the ground and what the school staff who are keeping education going really think.

It should take less than five minutes to complete. Please spare that time to help the Tes news team tell those in authority what you think they need to know.

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