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Managing classroom behaviour (ATL section)
Behaviour management remains a key issue for all teachers and education support staff. This publication has been produced to support members manage classroom behaviour.
New to teaching magazine
The magazine for trainee teachers from the National Education Union. This issue includes advice on social media, how to tackle workload and how to deal with challenging behaviour.
Guide to mentoring (ATL section)
NQs frequently report that the quality of the relationship they have with their mentor at the beginning of their career is key to the success and worth of their induction experience.
Workload guide (NUT section)
This guide sets out advice on your working time obligations and on ways in which you and your colleagues can, with NUT support, seek to keep your workload at more manageable levels.
National Education Union trainee publication
This guide is designed to provide you with information to assist you in school. It looks at your time in the classroom, what you can expect and how to prepare.
Induction guide (NUT section)
Induction must be a supportive process which helps new teachers to begin to develop further their professional confidence and competence. This document will provide new teachers with answers to many of the questions which arise during the induction period.
School Direct charter
The National Education Union has produced this 22-point checklist as a guide for School Direct trainee teachers setting out the minimum expectations for their teacher training year.
Guide to induction (ATL section)
We understand the challenges you face and are committed to supporting you from the beginning of your career right the way through. This publication is designed to help you make your induction year work for you.
The National Education Union has produced a checklist of good practice for NQTs. If the answer to any of the questions is no then you should discuss the matter with your workplace representative, in the first instance.