I have being working as a supply teacher in primary since October, whilst I've been applying for jobs (at least 50), travelling over 700 miles visiting prospective schools (and turning down supply
I am starting a job in early July, teaching MFL in a secondary school.
Just looking for some advice. I'm an NQT and have been told twice at the end of the Easter term that everything is fine, that i'm certain to pass the year etc..
I completed two terms of my NQT at one school. I completed my third term at a second school from January to Easter. Should I receive an increase in salary, from Easter, following the qualification from my NQT year?
(I was employed for a full year but missed a term of my NQT due to an operation. Currently on MPS1)
I completed 2 terms of my NQT year in the academic year 2010/11, I then worked as a general supply teacher for a term. In 2011 I started work as a tutor, in a private academy, when I started in the employment, I checked and found that it would not 'pass' the criteria, to allow me to complete my NQT year. I was told that my NQT year would need to be completed within 5 years, in order to keep my QTS status gained from my PGCE, but that seemed years away so I put it to the back of my mind.
I am supplying successfully so will I have to stop and lose all the experience and money I spent on training?
What happens if someone completes their PGCE but doesn't complete their NQT iunduction within the 5 years ? Are you then even allowed to work in roles not requiring completed induction like supply, or not even allowed to work in schools like free schoold or academies not requiring completed induction ?
If this happens is there a solution to it or are you basically stuffed forever ?
I qualified in June 2009 and so far have only managed to complete 2 terms of induction over 6 terms part time work. If I can't complete by July 2014 do I have to start again?
Plese don't tell me that I have time as I am 48 now and I left one career to start teaching after being drawn by the previous government's recruitment campaign.
Hi, I have accepted a maternity leave position and they have offered to do one term of my nqt induction year. I have been there two weeks and have realised that the expectations are just so high (it is an exclusive boarding school etc) and it is really tough. I have been told that if I fail your nqt term I cannot retake and can never be a teacher again. Is this true? They want to official start my induction at Easter. Shall I do it at another school?
How many hours do you have to have timetabled to pass your NQT year? Is there a minimum per week?