Thank you for taking part in the 2024 Science Teaching Survey. This survey is for teachers and technicians in the UK and Ireland. It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. 
The Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC’s) education mission is to empower communities to offer an excellent chemistry education to all, driving diversity and improving skills in the chemical sciences. This research aims to make sure our decisions are well-informed and represent the reality of teaching science in 2024. 
Your responses will help to inform policy, shape the RSC’s support for teachers and technicians, and inspire change in the education sector.  
Specifically, the RSC is keen to learn more about:  
- Wellbeing and job satisfaction 
- Access to high quality subject-specific professional development 
- Views on assessment 
- Topical themes in education 
The survey is being led by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), with support from the Institute of Physics (IOP) and the Royal Society of Biology (RSB). 
Your privacy 
Findings from this research will be available to the public. However, all responses will be strictly confidential and will be aggregated together for analysis to ensure your anonymity. The RSC will collect the data for analysis and provide an anonymised data set to the IOP and RSB, who will also review the survey responses. This data set will include the optional demographic questions but exclude personal information where collected (i.e. name, email, school name, school postcode). Open comment responses will also be supplied to the IOP/RSB and, while every effort will be taken to remove any personal references in these responses, we cannot guarantee anonymity in these cases. For more information, please see our privacy statement.  
If you have any questions about the 2024 survey, please contact