NQT Special Edition: November 2014

4 December 2014

SecEd's bi-annual NQT special edition offers eight pages of best practice and advisory articles aimed at supporting NQTs and young teachers.

NQT Special: Advice from the second year

27 November 2014

Last year, Sarah Viccars, wrote a weekly diary for SecEd, chronicling her year as an NQT. Now in her second year of teaching, we asked her to offer some words of advice to this year’s NQTs as they approach Christmas.

NQT Special: Making the most of your CPD

27 November 2014

Mentoring, observation, INSET and external courses will form the backbone of your CPD during your NQT year. David Weston advises on how to make the most of these opportunities.

NQT Special: Protecting your rights as an NQT

27 November 2014

New teachers have a wide range of entitlements to help them as they find their feet in this challenging profession. Chris Keates asks if you are receiving all the rights that you are entitled to as an NQT.

NQT Special: Don’t Change the Light Bulbs

27 November 2014

A new book has brought together a wealth of teaching guidance and tips. Emma Lee-Potter looks at some of the advice for NQTs and speaks to its curator about how new teachers can thrive during their first year.

NQT Special: Best laid (lesson) plans

26 June 2014

The first thing many NQTs tackle at the end of their year is a review of their schemes of work and lesson plans in readiness for September. Matt Bromley offers some expert advice.

NQT Special: Five steps to failure!

26 June 2014

School leaders Sean Harris and Ben Ryder explain the five steps NQTs should definitely avoid if they want to have an impact beyond their NQT year!

NQT Special: Protecting the rights of NQTs

26 June 2014

As a new cohort of trainee teachers prepares to start their NQT year in September, NASUWT general secretary Chris Keates explains the rights and entitlements that they should be receiving from their schools.

NQT Special: Lessons from the second year

26 June 2014

SecEd’s NQT diarist from last year is now nearing the end of her second year of teaching. We asked her to pass on to the nation’s NQTs the lessons she has learnt this year.

NQT Special: Get a grip on workload

26 June 2014

Year two brings with it more freedom, but more responsibility to manage your growing workload. Dorothy Lepkowska seeks some advice.

NQT Special: Do you know how and when to say no?

26 June 2014

Both NQTs and more experienced teachers can often find it difficult to say no. Julian Stanley explores how teachers can turn down additional requests on their time in a professional manner.

NQT Special: Marbles and other top tips for NQTs

28 November 2013

NQT mentors are a crucial support during your first year. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, Emma Lee-Potter speaks to three experienced mentors to get some handy ideas and key advice for new teachers everywhere.

NQT Special: Strategies for managing behaviour

28 November 2013

Managing behaviour is often the biggest challenge for NQTs. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, Matt Bromley discusses why students misbehave, how teachers can and should react in different circumstances, and offers 10 strategies for NQTs on how to ma

NQT Special: Starting the journey to outstanding

28 November 2013

Every NQT aspires to become an outstanding teacher, but where does this journey start and how should you approach the challenge. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, Dorothy Lepkowska asks some experts for their advice.

NQT Special: Meeting the needs of all pupils

28 November 2013

With official statistics indicating that as many as one in five pupils in the UK have an SEN, every NQT must be prepared to teach pupils with a range of conditions. As part of SecEd's NQT special edition, Sean Stockdale looks at how you can meet the needs

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