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First post is the NUT's comprehensive guide to obtaining your first teaching post. It contains information on the job application arrangements for all local authorities in England and Wales and gives essential tips for success in your application.
The information in the local authority directory section of this guide is supplied to the NUT by the local authorities themselves.
If you are thinking of teaching in an academy or free school, look for the special section of First post on the key questions to ask.
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.
This guide provides all the information you need on teachers’ salaries, pensions and conditions of service.
It also sets out all the benefits and services which the NUT provides for its members.
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.
These NUT Notes give guidance on school teachers’ pay and conditions of service, including the position of newly qualified teachers (NQTs) in their first year of service.
Teachers work within a legal framework which gives rights to and places duties on those within the education service.
These NUT Notes provide essential information on the legal framework for student teachers beginning their careers.
Welcome to Your Passport to Teaching, the essential guide for new teachers.
Teaching is a great job. New teachers are an inspiration to their colleagues. Your enthusiasm and commitment will be of great benefit to your colleagues and your pupils.