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Newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction: performance management and pay
Are NQTs subject to performance management arrangements? This article looks at the appraisal regulations, and statutory guidance on newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction. It also looks at guidance on assessing NQTs, and whether NQTs are entitled to a pay rise after completing induction.
- Appraisal regulations do not apply during NQT induction
- Statutory guidance on NQT induction
- Assessment of NQTs against the Teachers’ Standards
- Local authority guidance on assessment of NQTs
- Formal assessment forms for NQTs
- Moving into the appraisal cycle after induction
- Pay for NQTs after they complete induction
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