Appropriate bodies & Headteachers continue to assess the progress of the NQT against teacher standards. The induction year continues, a decision will be made in June. If the NQT has not reached the standards by the end of their induction, then the recommendation to extend the induction period is used at our discretion.
It is a statutory requirement that an Appropriate Body is appointed for the induction period of an NQT. The Appropriate Body is responsible for making the final decision as to whether an NQT has met the teachers’ standards on the recommendation of the head teacher/principal.
TELA will be able to support NQTs in developing the skills to be effective teachers and also monitor their progress against the Teacher Standards. Provision and accreditation will be led by high calibre senior leaders with a proven track record of excellent NQT development and support. All NQTs have a statutory entitlement to a well-structured, monitored and supportive Induction year. This provides the transition between Initial Teacher Training and a full career in teaching, and a link into Recently Qualified Teacher (RQT) programmes in year two and beyond
TELA offers a range of continual professional development opportunities for secondary and primary NQT colleagues
A one day conference at NSPCC training Centre on Friday 13th September 2019 with Keynote speaker Jason Bangbala “Conquering Low Level Disruption and Promoting Positive Attitudes To Learning”, focussed workshops aimed specifically at primary and secondary NQT’s and inputs from primary and secondary headteachers
Thomas Estley Community College, Station Road, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, LE9 6PT
09:00 – 21:00
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 9:00pm