Newly Qualified Teachers
The Newly Qualified Teacher Programme for induction and mentoring will be coordinated by the regional consortia from September 2016.
All information regarding the programme in ERW will be available in this section of the website.
If there are any questions or points for clarification please contact: Tom Fanning Programme Coordinator.
Induction Arrangements for Schools when employing a Newly Qualified Teacher 2016-17
Induction Arrangements for Newly Qualified Teachers in ERW Region
Key Documents/ Dogfennau Allweddol
- Induction for newly qualified teachers in Wales (revised July 2017)
- Roles and responsibilities / Rolau a chyfrifoldebau
- New Professional Standards for Teaching and Leadership in Schools. / Safonau Proffesiynol Newydd ar gyfer addysgu ac arweinyddiaeth mewn ysgolion.
- Statutory Induction Arrangements for Newly Qualified Teachers / Trefniadau statudol ymsefydlu ar gyfer athrawon newydd gymhwyso
- Self Assessment & Target Setting / Hunan Asesu a Gosod Targedau
Reminder: Induction mentoring arrangements for newly qualified teachers in Wales are changing from September 2016.
Regional consortia and local authorities were informed by Welsh Government in June 2015 that from September 2016, the role of deploying external mentors to support newly qualified teachers through their induction would no longer be carried out by the Welsh Government.
The new arrangements will be managed by regional consortia. If you would like further information about the external mentor arrangements, please contact your consortium directly:
Contact: Jendy Hillier
Contact: Mike Cameron
Contact: Vicky Barlow
Contact: Tom Fanning
Please note that the administrative arrangements for notifying the Education Workforce Council (EWC) of teachers commencing induction and accessing induction funding remain the same.
Visit www.ewc.wales for further information.