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Newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction: extensions

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Last updated on 29 March 2016
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In what circumstances can NQT induction be extended? This article looks at reasons for extending induction, and relays advice from one of our associate experts on raising concerns about performance. It also looks at examples of support procedures for NQTs at risk of failing induction.

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  1. 1 Circumstances where induction can be extended
  2. 2 Raising concerns about performance
  3. 3 Support for NQTs not making satisfactory progress: example

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