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Induction tutors: how often should they meet and observe NQTs?

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Last updated on 10 October 2016
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How often should meetings and observations with NQTs take place? We look at statutory guidance on how often induction tutors should carry out meetings and observations with newly qualified teachers (NQTs). This article also cites advice from ASCL and guidelines from local authorities.

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Contents

  1. 1 Statutory guidance on NQT induction
  2. 2 Advice from ASCL
  3. 3 Frequency of observations and meetings: guidelines from LAs

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