This article is about inducting newly hired staff. For guidance on early career teacher (ECT) induction, for teachers at the start of their careers, head here.
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Use our checklist to help you arrange effective induction for new staff. Adapt it for your context and the employee’s role.
Be clear about who will be responsible for induction
This is important, otherwise your programmes can become disorganised. Choose whether to have:
- One person responsible for induction throughout the school
- The respective line managers responsible for inductions
- Different people responsible for teaching staff and support staff induction
Set up the practical things that the new staff member will need ahead of time, so you don't have to rush these jobs on the day. For example, prepare their:
Communicate clearly with them