Newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction
For Early Career Teachers (ECTs) starting induction from September 2021, all supporting information will be available on the Solihull council extranet shortly. Any schools who buy into the Solihull appropriate body service will be given access to this information. If you have not already registered your ECTs for September 2021 and would like to, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
The information below relates to NQTs who stared induction before September 2021
Deadline for assessment forms to reach us for 2021-2022:
Autumn term Friday 10 December 2021
Spring term Friday 25 March 2022
Summer term Friday 8 July 2022
Please email assessment forms to: email@example.com
For NQTs doing their induction on a part time basis, induction will take longer so please contact us to confirm submission dates for their assessments.
Head teachers and NQT mentors/tutors should contact the adviser with responsibility for NQTs at the local authority with any issues regarding NQTs as soon as they arise. Please contact us for their details.
NQTs can speak to an impartial adviser at the local authority for confidential advice. Please contact us for their details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact your Human Resources adviser for information on contracts of employment and the process regarding failure of induction.
Schools/academies are required to have a policy with regards to NQTs. The DfE recommend that this policy is reviewed annually at governing board level. A template for adaptation can be found here.
DfE teachers standards: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/teachers-standards
DfE NQT statutory induction guidance: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/induction-for-newly-qualified-teachers-nqts
The Early Career Framework will be in place from September 2021.
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