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Exodus of exhausted headteachers predicted in England after pandemic

NAHT poll finds almost half plan to leave prematurely and 70% say job satisfaction has fallen in past year

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Schools in England are facing an exodus of headteachers, with almost half considering leaving the profession after the pandemic, according to a new survey.

Headteachers interviewed by the Guardian said they were stressed and exhausted because of the enormous pressures of dealing with Covid. They were also worried about school budgets, which were already tight but have been substantially eroded by additional coronavirus costs.

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