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The NQT year induction year is challenging. Let us help you to ensure you are fully supported throughout your NQT year helping you feel motivated, inspired and ensuring you get off to a flying start in your teaching career.
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A blog written by Claire Pressdee, One Education Specialist Inclusion Teacher.

Meet, network and training for NQT’s

“Initial education cannot provide teachers with the knowledge and skills necessary for a lifetime of teaching” (1).

Let’s build on the progress made during Initial Teacher Training and shape our teachers for their career. Thus, creating a real impact on our schools.

The NQT induction year is challenging. Let us help you to ensure you are fully supported throughout your NQT year helping you feel motivated, inspired and ensuring you get off to a flying start in your teaching career.

Here at One Education, our expert advisory teachers and consultants can help you to continue to embed and further improve your skills and knowledge from your Initial Teacher Training and provide you with fantastic development opportunities. It’s led by high calibre senior leaders with approved track record of excellent NQT development and support. Our training is informed by national and international research as well as incorporating successful and innovating practice to enable you to show impact in your practice.

Course content includes:

Course titleAgendaTeacher Framework Coverage
Planning for a successful yearExploring workload, wellbeing and behaviour managementStandard 1 – Set high expectation (1.1, 1.2, 1.3).
Standard 7 – Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe environment (7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4)
Engaging children in the literacy curriculumOutstanding teaching and learning models presented.
Introduction to the Reading Award
Standard 3 – Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge (3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4).
Standard 4 – Plan and teach well structured lessons (4.1, 4.3, 4.5)
How to support children with SENDAn inclusive classroom Successful interventions Use of TA’sStandard 3 – Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge (3.1)
Standard 4 – Plan and teach well structured lessons (4.1, 4.4)
Standard 5 – Adapt teaching to respond to the strength and needs of all pupils (5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4)
Engaging children in the Maths curriculumSubject specific guidance on teaching strategies. Access to subject based resourcesStandard 3 – Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge (3.1, 3.2, 3.5)
Standard 4 – Plan and teach well structured lessons (4.1, 4.4)
To be decided in response to delegate needs and wantsWill be centred around training needs but may include dyslexia, SEMH, assessment.Standard 5 – Adapt teaching to respond to the strength and needs of all pupils (5.2, 5.3, 5.4)
Standard 6 – Make accurate and productive use of data (6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4)

In addition to the training, we can offer ongoing support including an offer of observation and feedback. So let us help you to build on the progress you have made during your Initial teacher training and help you to shape your career! Don’t miss our New to Teaching Network Meeting! Click here for further details about the sessions today.

If you have any queries or questions as to how we can best support you, please do get in touch with our Inclusion /SEND on 0844 967 1111 or helen.marriott@oneeducation.co.uk

References:

(*1) Teaching Scotland’s future- Report of a review of teacher education in Scotland. OECD, as cited In Donaldson, 2010:34

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