Created on: 29 Jun 2020 | Last modified: 25 Feb 2021
On the 20th March 2020, all schools in Scotland were closed in order to tackle the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
To continue to deliver some education to the children of key workers, and to vulnerable children, school hubs opened with staff volunteering in significant numbers to support this function.
Other teachers took on the role of providing remote teaching and learning, whilst working from home as part of the national lockdown.
Seven weeks into this school shutdown the EIS surveyed its members to find out about the challenges of delivering education remotely as well as in school hubs.
Within this survey, questions were designed, also, to understand teacher wellbeing, and what would be required as we move into the next academic session in August 2020 on the basis of a “blended learning” approach.
Instrumental Music Teacher Results
This briefing paper details the responses that were gathered from members who indicated that they worked as an Instrumental Music Teacher. In total 232 responses were gathered from members working as Instrumental Music Teachers. This report highlights their views and should be read alongside the full survey data report.