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NQT resources

Early Career Teachers

Induction for newly qualified teachers (England)

Early Career Framework

Supporting early career teachers

Statutory Guidance

Some key documents are included below. The comprehensive list is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/statutory-guidance-schools

Keeping children safe in education

SEND Code of Practice: 0-25 years

Listening to and involving children and young people

National curriculum in England: framework for key stage 1 to 4

Reducing Workload

School workload reduction toolkit

Eliminating unnecessary workload around planning and teaching resources

Eliminating unnecessary workload associated with data management

Managing Behaviour and Discipline

Below the radar

Developing positive classrooms

Bill Rogers Top 10

Know my name!

Getting behaviour right from the start

Making Accurate and Productive Use of Assessment

What makes great teaching?

Key concepts in educational assessment

Formative assessment for all: a whole-school approach to pedagogic change

Inside the black box: Raising standards through classroom assessment

Assessment for learning: Beyond the black box

Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND)

SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years

The SEND Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years NASEN

DfE Advanced SEND training material

Supporting Underperforming Groups of Pupils

Key Stage 3 – The Wasted Years?

HCMI Commentary

Education of disadvantaged children

Refugee Education

Aiming High – Guidance on supporting the education of asylum seeking and refugee children (2004)

Refugee and asylum seeker children in UK schools

English as an Addtional Language (EAL)

Aiming High

Developing quality tuition: effective practice in schools

Bloom’s Differentiated sentence STEMs for EAL students

The EAL Assessment Framework for Schools

EAL Secondary Support Strategies

EAL Strategies sheet

Challenging Bullying

Preventing bullying 

Tackling Homophobic Language

Preventing racist bullying

School strategies for preventing and tackling bullying