We are pleased to offer this programme to support Recently Qualified Teachers (RQTs) in their second year of teaching (RQTs / Year 2 ECTs) in order to continue to build on an excellent start to their career.
This year’s programme has been planned specifically to ensure that sessions help to support teachers who have experienced disruption to their first year due to the COVID-19 situation. Organised in core themes, the programme will be delivered through a series of twilight sessions designed to respond to the needs of teachers in the early stages of their teaching career.
Numbers permitting, sessions 2, 4 and 5 will be led by experienced facilitators in their field and will be delivered in groups according to the subject/phase specialism of the teacher. We will seek to exemplify key standards outlined in the Early Career Framework by providing related practical strategies that can be easily applied in the classroom.
Venue & Dates
Session 1 | Wednesday 29 September 2021 | 1400 – 1600
Session 2 | Wednesday 17 November 2021 | 1400 – 1600
Session 3 | Wednesday 19 January 2022 | 1400 – 1600
Session 4 | Wednesday 30 March 2022 | 1400 – 1600
Session 5 | Wednesday 25 May 2022 | 1400 – 1600
Session 6 | Wednesday 6 July 2022 | times TBC (all day)
Sessions 1 – 5 | Online via Microsoft Teams AND Session 6 | TBC
Optional School Visits
During Terms 3, 4 and 5 teachers will have the opportunity to visit another school in order to experience teaching in an alternative setting.
We will be asking those schools involved in the programme to host a visit.
This programme is suited for Recently Qualified Teachers (in their second year of teaching).
Early Years | Primary | Secondary | Special | Alternative Provision
The programme is free to schools in Devon, Plymouth and Torbay and is funded by Kingsbridge and Colyton Teaching School Hubs.
Please book your place by Friday 16 July 2021.
Did you know?
All state-funded schools that currently have an NQT due to complete their induction this summer will be eligible for a one-off payment of £1200, which equates to 44 hours of additional time to invest in their development.
Schools that receive the payment may be asked to explain how they have used this time and, as such, registering for this free programme will help you demonstrate to the Department for Education how you have supported your RQT.
Find out more here about the additional funding available for those teachers who are currently undertaking induction.