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Early Career Teachers induction - September 2021
Three information sessions have been arranged for schools to receive updates and guidance on the new Early Career Teacher induction regulations which come into force in September 2021.
∙ Thursday 29 April - 1:30-3:30 - via Teams
∙ Tuesday 4 May - 1:30-3:30 - via Teams
∙ Wednesday 12 May - 1:30-3:30 - via Teams
Colleagues are welcome to register for one of these events:
Either - on NQT Manager if you currently have NQTs registered for the summer term - go to Courses from your Desktop when you log in.
Or - if you do not have NQTs in this summer term but wish to attend, please contact
email@example.com with your name, email address and role (Head, NQT Tutor, NQT co-ordinator etc) and the day of your choice, to be added to the register.
A Teams link will be sent to all those registered the day before the meeting is due to run.
Early Career teacher induction guidance
The Department for Education has published the planned changes to statutory induction arrangements that will take place from September 2021.
Early Career Framework
A few notes for schools regarding NQT induction
Schools should ensure they have registered their NQTs with the Appropriate Body as soon as possible now that term has started. Registrations for Bradford Appropriate Body are completed on
Amendment to statutory guidance
There has been an amendment by the DfE to the information about absences related to Covid-19. These absences will not contribute towards the absence limit that would extend statutory induction. This amendment will now extend to September 2021
DfE information for schools NQTs about induction and Covid-19
can be found at this site
If an NQT has QTLS then they are exempt from induction, as their qualification is recognised as QTS equivalent as long as they are still members of the
Society for Education and Training (SET) from whom further details can be sought.
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