Teaching is an amazing profession but there will be challenges, particularly in your first few years. However, there is a wealth of support within your school and within the area to help you.

The Early Careers Framework

The ECF sets out what all Early Career Teachers (ECTs) should know and develop, during the first two years of their careers. The framework includes sections on:

  • Behaviour Management
  • Pedagogy
  • Curriculum
  • Assessment
  • Professional Behaviours

The new Framework provides you with:

  • Two years of funded high-quality training.
  • A range of development materials based on the Early Career Framework & its priorities.
  • Additional funding for 5% time away from the classroom for teachers in their second year to develop their ‘craft’.
  • A dedicated mentor for two years
  • Ongoing support for your Mentor to develop their practice and the support they offer.
  • Funding to cover your mentors’ time with you in your second year of teaching.

All schools will be required to deliver the ECF programme. They can:

  • Use a funded provider-led programme (FIP). The South Yorkshire Teaching Hub  deliver this in partnership with our provider, The Education Development Trust (EDT)
  • Draw on the content of the high-quality DfE accredited professional development core materials and resources to deliver their own ECT and mentor programmes. (CIP)
  • Design and deliver their own school ECF-based induction programme based on the ECF (SIP).

Your school will register you for their chosen programme and we are here, to offer advice and support. If you have any questions, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

Appropriate Body Service

As an ECT, you will also be registered with an Appropriate Body. The South Yorkshire Teaching hub is the AB for this area. This means we will:

  • Check that you have received your statutory entitlement in line with the statutory guidance.
  • Make the final decision as to whether you have satisfactorily met the teacher standards based on your headteachers recommendation.

Develop your craft in your first two years

The ECF allows you the opportunity to develop your craft, so use the time to:

  • Develop your subject knowledge and pedagogy.
  • Build relationships with students and colleagues.
  • Take advantage of opportunities to see colleagues teach and develop your craft.
  • Access any CPD or support opportunities available.
  • Become a part of the school community.
  • Get involved in the extra curricular life of the school.
  • Become the best teacher you can be.

Network 

Your personal and professional support network is essential and you will find the support colleagues and mentors give invaluable. Taking advantage of opportunities to work with others, share ideas and experiences and most importantly, ask for help when you need it will be invaluable.

Keep a check on our community pages for opportunities to meet colleagues from across the region for courses, training and wellbeing sessions, all of which, are available to support you and help you develop your network.

 



Support staff vacancies

1-1 Teaching Assistant

Salary: Grade 3 £19,312 - £19,698 per annum (pro rata)

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Level 2 Teaching Assistant

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LTS – Lunch Time Supervisor

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Midday Supervisory Assistant

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Business Support Officer Annual Review Administration

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Teaching Assistant x 2 posts

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Communications Officer- Trust Central Team

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School Cleaner

Salary: Grade 2: £18,562 - £18,933 pro rata (£12,873 - £13,130)

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Premises Manager

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Lunchtime Supervisor

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Department Assistant

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Buildings Officer

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Administration Assistant and Receptionist

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Teaching Assistant (Level 2)

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Teaching Assistant (Level 3)

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Attendance Administrator

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Level 3 Teaching Assistant

Salary: CLPT07 – CLPT11: £20,092 - £21,748, Actual: £10,991 – £11,896

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Level 1 Teaching Assistant

Salary: Band C, £9.81 per hour (£18,933 fte) which equates £14,391 pro rata per annum

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Reflection Room Manager

Salary: NJC Band D, Point 5-6, £19,312 - £19,698 gross per annum pro rata

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L1 Learning Support Assistant (2 Posts)

Salary: Actual Salary £13,322 to £13,588 FTE Salary £18,561 to £18,932

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Reintegration Tutor

Salary: NJC 7- 11, Band E: £20,092 - £21,748 (actual salary - £17,387 - £18,820)

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Learning Support Tutor- Science/Numeracy

Salary: NJC 24-27, Band H, £28,672-£31,346 (actual salary - £25,143 - £27,488)

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Teaching Assistant (L2-L3, KS2)

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EYFS SEND Teaching Assistant x2 Posts

Salary: £13,284 per annum - 30 hpw or £7,195 per annum - 16.25 hpw

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School Meals Supervisor

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Teaching Assistant

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School Administrator

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