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Early Career Framework and NQT Induction
Appropriate Body update on NQT induction (updated 13/01/2020)
There will be no changes to statutory induction until 2021, so during the roll out, there will be no change for the end of the NQTs' induction – one year.
As NQTs in 2020-21 in eligible schools which opt-in to the early roll out programme, NQTs will have access to the Early Career Framework and its supporting materials through the nationally appointed curricula and training providers.
The second year 5% additional support will first be available to teachers following successful induction in 2021, in Bradford schools which opt-in to the early roll out programme.
As we change from one set of induction regulations to another, there is, as yet, no information on how long the induction will be for part-time, late starters, maternity return teachers etc who begin prior to September 2021 and who will run on post the
new regulations. We will continue to monitor this and ask DfE when appropriate.
Statutory Guidance for Induction will change once it has gone through parliament prior to the national 2021 launch. Schools using City of Bradford MDC as the Appropriate Body (AB) will be updated via NQT Manager and we will also ensure that information is
available on BSO for those schools which are not using us.
Schools not using Bradford as the AB might need to check with their own AB to see how the changes will be advertised and supported.
Further information can be found at
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We have updated our policies and protocols in line with new regulations.
Further information is available on the dedicated
All registrations of new NQTs and assessment forms of current NQTs should be submitted on
Appropriate Body agreement forms are now included as part of the registration process. Please see the 2019-20 Appropriate
Body agreement document
This can also be downloaded from NQT Manager by logging in with your username and password.
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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