This document sets out the procedures for induction appeals and is intended for use by teachers, their representatives, employers, appropriate bodies and panel members hearing the appeals.

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Induction appeals procedures

Ref: TA-30007-2012PDF, 679KB, 20 pages

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This document sets out the procedures for induction appeals and is intended for use by teachers, their representatives, employers, appropriate bodies and panel members hearing the appeals.

Since May 1999, every newly-qualified teacher (NQT) has been required to complete a statutory induction period if they wish to teach in a maintained school, including a maintained nursery school, or a non-maintained special school in England. This induction period, of three school terms or equivalent, is undertaken once qualified teacher status (QTS) has been achieved.

Published 30 April 2012
Last updated 13 September 2018 + show all updates

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