Upgrade to full membership If you have qualified to teach this year don’t forget to upgrade from student to full NUT membership for just £1. Apply online at www.teachers.org.uk/join-the-nut-today or call 0845 300 1669 / 020 7380 6369.
A series of handy short tips on some frequent issues faced by teachers managing behaviour in schools.
To help you through your crucial first year, we will send you a FREE copy of the CD Rom, The Interactive Guide to Behaviour Management, when you upgrade to full membership of the NUT.
To upgrade phone the membership hotlines 0845 300 1669 / 020 7380 6369 Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. Or click here to upgrade online.
In order to receive your CD Rom you must upgrade on direct debit and provide details of your school. You can still upgrade if you haven't got a job yet. Later, when you have new school details, ring 0845 300 1669 / 020 7380 6369 to tell us and we will send you your FREE CD Rom.
Starting to teach, managing groups of pupils and becoming a confident member of a school and its community are challenging tasks. The NUT believes that induction must support and aid these processes, not create additional burdens for new teachers.
The NUT’s guide to induction will answer your questions about your induction period, and is available in English and Welsh. We hope you find it useful.
Welcome to Your Passport to Teaching, the essential guide for new teachers.
The guide, published by the National Union of Teachers, contains all the information you need as you begin your first year of teaching. As you enter the teaching profession, take Your Passport with you!
Please click the image below to read Your Passport to Teaching.
Every year the Government publishes the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD). This sets out statutory requirements for teachers’ pay and conditions in maintained schools in England and Wales. Many academies also apply STPCD conditions.
This guide answers your questions about directed time and sets out NUT policy on issues affecting workload such as planning, meetings, classroom observation and class size.