Our teaching school is an Appropriate Body for NQT Induction for both primary and secondary NQTs. Induction is an important bridge between training and practice that supports newly qualified teachers to build their effectiveness and improve their teaching. It also provides an important quality assurance measure for schools, pupils and parents.
The annual charge for the Induction service for each NQT is £250 (or £90 a term).
The Induction Service
- Registration of the NQT and returns to the TRA
- Induction Tutor/Mentor Training and Network meetings
- Quality-assuring the process of your in-school support
- Access to support materials directly from our website
- Providing formal end of term assessment documents which are returned electronically
- Monitoring of all end of term reports for NQTs
- Making the final decision as to whether or not an NQT’s performance, against the relevant standards, is satisfactory, drawing on the recommendation of the Headteacher
- Monitoring visit and observation by SLE for vulnerable NQTs
Download an Introduction to Headteachers
Dates for Submission of End of Term Reports 2020-2021
Useful Documents for NQT Induction
Download the relevant documents by selecting the links below.
Register your NQTs for statutory induction
Download the Registration document.
NQT Induction Tutor/Mentor training 2020-2021
All induction tutors/mentors are invited to attend training at no additional cost to learn about the requirements of the statutory induction period for NQTs and to receive guidance on setting up an induction programme to meet statutory requirements.
Tuesday 8th September 2020
What happens if an NQT is not making satisfactory progress?
In a small number of cases, teachers experience difficulties and an induction tutor may feel that the NQT is not progressing satisfactorily against the Teachers’ Standards. In such cases the induction tutor should discuss this with the headteacher / professional tutor, who in turn should contact the Named Person for NQTs at the Appropriate Body:
Verity Boreham, NQT Professional Learning Co-ordinator
The purpose of identifying unsatisfactory progress is so that the school, with the Appropriate Body’s help, can put extra guidance and support into place so that they will be confident in recommending that the NQT has performed satisfactorily against the Teachers’ Standards by the end of the induction year.