Shire ADHD at School Survey
A survey of UK primary and secondary school teachers on behalf of Shire exploring experiences and attitudes related to ADHD in children at school.
ComRes interviewed 803 currently employed teachers equally split across primary and secondary schools online between 8th and 22nd August 2017.
Please note that 'primary school teachers' refer to those that teach at a primary academy, first, junior, primary, middle or specialist school, while 'secondary school teachers' refer to those who teach at a secondary academy, middle, secondary, sixth form or specialist school.
Please also note that 'senior teachers' refer to those who self-define as a headteacher, principle, deputy headteacher, assistant headteacher or a senior management team member. 'Advanced teachers' refer to those who self-define as a post threshold teacher (UPS), advanced skills teacher (AST), excellent teacher (ET), chartered teacher, head of department or head of faculty. 'Standard teachers' refer to those who self-define as a main professional grade teacher.