RESEARCH REPORT 

Improving Staff Retention in Academies

Improving Staff Retention in Academies

Improving Staff Retention in Academies

10,530 teachers, school leaders, administrators and other staff members at 322 academies across England have responded to the Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey.

This survey report not only establishes just how many staff members are currently at risk of resigning, but also dives deeper into the driving forces behind their decisions to stay or go.  

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Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey

Retention has been a growing concern in recent years. But it's a complex issue to solve — or even to fully understand. 

The objective of the Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey was to better understand which staff members at which schools were most at risk of resigning and, more importantly — WHY?

The survey was designed in collaboration with University College London Institute of Education and asked questions about six key factors identified as having the greatest influence on retention. 

 

Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey

Retention has been a growing concern in recent years. But it's a complex issue to solve — or even to fully understand. 

The objective of the Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey was to better understand which staff members at which schools were most at risk of resigning and, more importantly — WHY?

The survey was designed in collaboration with University College London Institute of Education and asked questions about six key factors identified as having the greatest influence on retention. 

 

Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey

Retention has been a growing concern in recent years. But it's a complex issue to solve — or even to fully understand. 

The objective of the Edurio Staff Wellbeing and Working Conditions Survey was to better understand which staff members at which schools were most at risk of resigning and, more importantly — WHY?

The survey was designed in collaboration with University College London Institute of Education and asked questions about six key factors identified as having the greatest influence on retention. 

 

Gain a better understanding of the challenge facing schools across England in this report that explores: 

  • The proportion of staff members at risk of resigning—across the country as well as within different schools and trusts.
  • Whether problems with retention are dependent on school types.
  • The impact of each of the six key factors on retention and which are most important. 
  • What respondents rated most positively and negatively—and recommendations for where to start to make improvements. 

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This is an ongoing research project that we hope will continue to grow and be repeated in participating schools and MATs. For more information on the survey and how to get started click here

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