What do schools need to do before September 2021?

  1. Register with the Education Development Trust if you want them to provide your induction programme.
    You can complete their online form here – make sure you select South Yorkshire Teaching Hub as the Delivery Partner.
    or
    If you wish to run your own development programme (either the Core or School-led options outlined above) you must contact an Appropriate Body to discuss how they will provide the fidelity checks on your programme (if you want to choose us, just complete the online form in point 1).
  2. Register with the Department for Education. You can do that via their online portal here.
  3. Register with an Appropriate Body to oversee the Statutory Induction of your Early Career Teachers (if you want to choose us, just complete our online form here).

That’s all the form filling…we promise!

Want to know more about how to choose your Early Career professional development programme?

Take a look at our presentation about our Early Career Professional Development Programme, which we are delivering in partnership with the Education Development Trust:

 

How will the ECF professional development programme be delivered?

Schools can choose from 3 options:

Full Induction Programme

Summary: The Education Development Trust (EDT), a DfE accredited training provider, delivers the development programme for your Early Career Teachers (ECTs) over the two-year period. This is delivered through face to face and online training sessions for ECTs and mentors, and includes all of the training materials and related resources.

Following our successful partnership with EDT during the pilot phase of the ECF rollout, we chose them as our provider as we believe they offer the most cost-effective, personalised and comprehensive level of support for schools and their ECTs. In particular EDT understand the local and national context and ensure their programme is tailored to these needs and those of our schools.

Quality Assurance: Our QA is run in conjunction with a Teaching School Hub and requires no additional Quality Assurance checks as this will be carried out regularly by Ofsted.

Appropriate Body: The AB’s role will be to check that the ECTs are receiving their statutory entitlements and make the final decision as to whether the ECT has satisfactorily met the Teachers’ Standards, based on the recommendation of the Headteacher.

 

Core Induction Programme

Summary:  The Education Development Trust (EDT) provides core materials which you can use to provide a development programme for your Early Career Teachers within your own schools.

Quality Assurance: The QA is provided by an Appropriate Body via fidelity checks. These take place at three points, including prior to the induction starting (June 2021 for this year).

Appropriate Body: The AB’s role will be to provide the regular fidelity checks outlined above, as well as checking that the ECTs are receiving their statutory entitlements. They will also make the final decision as to whether the ECT has satisfactorily met the Teachers’ Standards, based on the headteacher’s recommendation.

 

School-based Induction Programme

Summary: A school designs a two-year programme of support and training that covers every ‘learn that’ and ‘learn how to’ statement as outlined in the ECF.

Quality Assurance: The QA is provided by an Appropriate Body via fidelity checks. These take place at three points, including prior to the induction starting (June 2021 for this year).

Appropriate Body: The AB’s role will be to provide the regular fidelity checks outlined above, as well as checking that the ECTs are receiving their statutory entitlements and make the final decision as to whether the ECT has satisfactorily met the Teachers’ Standards, based on the headteacher’s recommendation.

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