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Start your teaching career off on the right foot with our NQT support pack

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Your first year in teaching can be tough, but we’ve got your back. Make sure you are prepared to tackle all the challenges you will face this year with our free NQT support series, full of tips and guidance to make you successful from the very beginning.

Written by expert trainers with over 100 years combined experience working in schools, they guide you with best practice tips and personal anecdotes to help you settle into your first year. They explain the challenges they faced and what they wish they’d been told before entering the classroom for the first time, touching on common anxieties that with suitable preparation can be solved to make your transition into full time teaching as smooth as possible.

The emails and accompanying blog posts cover the key information you’ll need in order to succeed, including:

  • Making first impressions count
  • Rules, assertiveness and behaviour
  • Lesson planning
  • Maintaining a positive wellbeing
  • Crisis management
  • Marking and feedback

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Our training courses are full of practical ideas you can really use in the classroom. They’re a comfortable, professional forum to discuss best practice, develop your teaching and share your experience with like-minded colleagues.

You will learn from the best. All of our trainers are selected for their extensive experience, subject knowledge and inspirational approach. So no matter what challenges you face, we’ll be able to help you succeed in your first year at school.

Book now to secure a place onto our training courses, designed specifically for NQTs:
Advanced Behaviour Management for Newly and Recently Qualified Teachers

Developing Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Assessment for NQTs

A range of courses on outstanding teaching for NQTs in your subject

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