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Newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction: performance management and pay
Here's a summary of the DfE's statutory guidance on newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction, so you're clear on the rules you must follow for your induction programme. See answers to FAQs on NQT absence due to coronavirus.
- You must have a monitoring and support programme for NQTs
- Hold formal assessment meetings to track progress
- Provide extra support right away if the NQT isn't progressing
- Conduct a final assessment meeting at the end of induction
- If an NQT fails induction or has it extended
- After induction: pay rises and appraisals
- Coronavirus: FAQs for the 2020/21 cohort
- Will we need to extend the induction programme if an NQT has been absent due to coronavirus?
- What evidence can we use to decide if an NQT who's been absent a lot due to coronavirus has met the Teachers' Standards?
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