Flexible Working in Education - Case Studies
A SURVEY FOR THOSE ALREADY WORKING FLEXIBLY
We really appreciate you taking the time to complete this case study questionnaire which we will use to capture examples of experience, good practice and to get an accurate picture of the current flexible working landscape in education.
We will not use your name or the name of your school without your explicit permission. Only two of the questions are compulsory but the details of your experience are extremely valuable, so do fill in as much as you can. Thank you!
What is your name?
Name of school/organisation
Under 250 pupils
Type of school
City Technology College
State Boarding School
Headline Data - KS2/GCSE/A-Level results summer 2017
Information about you; your qualifications and how long you have been teaching
Completed Teach First programme
Completed Future Leaders programme
Your current role
Tell us a little bit about how you came to be working flexibly
Post advertised flexibly
Retained member of staff
Requested flexible working
The arrangement is formal and part of my contract
The arrangment is informal and'/or subject to review
The request was met with positivity
The request was met with some negativity
Any other details you would like to add about the process
What were your main motivations for wanting to work flexibly?
What is the nature of your flexible working arrangement?
PPA time at home
How would you describe the flexible working arrangements in your school?
Brief details about your Headteacher; gender, approx. age, attitude to flexible working
What has been the best thing about working flexibly?
What has been the hardest thing about working flexibly?
Please share your email address so that we can update you on how your data is being used and send you results of the pilot study. Thank you for taking part - your contribution is hugely valuable.
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