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Table 1 Teachers’ demographics

From: The COV-ED Survey: exploring the impact of learning and teaching from home on parent/carers’ and teachers’ mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 lockdown

  Teachers who were not supporting a child with learning from home Teacher who were supporting a child with learning from home All teachers
  N = 76 N = 41 N = 117
Gender
  Female 60 (79.0%) 32 (78.1%) 92 (78.6%)
  Male 16 (21.1%) 9 (22.0%) 25 (21.4%)
Age
  18–24 4 (5.3%) 0 4 (3.4%)
  25–34 28 (36.8%) 2 (4.9%) 30 (25.6%)
  35–44 14 (18.4%) 13 (31.7%) 27 (23.1%)
  45–54 23 (30.3%) 24 (58.5%) 47 (40.2%)
  55–64 6 (7.9%) 2 (4.9%) 8 (6.8%)
  65 & over 1 (1.3%) 0 1 (0.9%)
Ethnicity
  White 65 (85.5%) 36 (87.8%) 101 (86.3%)
  Minority ethnicities 9 (11.8%) 3 (7.3%) 12 (10.3%)
  Unknown 2 (2.6%) 2 (4.9%) 4 (3.4%)
School Region
  West Midlands 68 (89.5%) 31 (75.6%) 99 (84.6%)
  Othera 8 (10.5%) 8 (19.5%) 16 (13.7%)
  Prefer not to answer 0 2 (4.9%) 2 (1.7%)
Type of school
  Academy 32 (42.1%) 15 (36.6%) 47 (40.2%)
  Faith 17 (22.4%) 5 (12.2%) 22 (18.8%)
  Grammar 5 (6.6%) 1 (2.4%) 6 (5.1%)
  Independent/Private 6 (7.9%) 8 (19.5%) 14 (12.0%)
  Special 7 (9.2%) 3 (7.3%) 10 (8.6%)
  State/Maintained 5 (6.6%) 3 (7.3%) 8 (6.8%)
  Other 4 (5.3%) 5 (12.2%) 9 (7.7%)
  Prefer not to answer 0 1 (2.4%) 1 (0.9%)
WEMWEBS score (mean, sd) 46.41 (8.7) 46.02 (9.1) 46.27 (8.8)
WEMWEBS score (categorical)
  Above average (60–70) 5 (6.6%) 2 (4.9%) 7 (6.0%)
  Average (43–59) 49 (64.5%) 26 (63.4%) 75 (64.1%)
  Below average (17–42) 22 (28.9%) 13 (31.7%) 35 (29.9%)
  1. a Other regions: East Midlands & East of England, London & South East, North England, South West