Posts Tagged ‘NQT blog’

NQT+1: leading on curriculum changes and the joys of an inflatable planetarium

By Joe W | 13 Feb, 2014 | 0 Comments

Daniel has been reorganising the school’s Key Stage 3 curriculum and is delighted that students will be studying more space physics in the years before they make A-level choices. When I took on the responsibility of leader of Key Stage 3 science in my school at the end of my NQT year last summer, I […]

NQT+1: Surviving Ofsted and taking on responsibility – but it’s feeling easier

By Joe W | 31 Oct, 2013 | 0 Comments

 The beginning of his NQT+1 year is presenting as many challenges and left-field questions to Daniel, our NQT blogger, as ever. Plus, he has new responsibility as leader of science for years 7 & 8. But, knowing that he has survived an Ofsted inspection and having a year’s experience in the classroom under his belt […]

NQT: Facing results and predicting the final outcome

By Daniel | 30 Apr, 2013 | 0 Comments

He’s coming towards the end of his induction year and has bravely shared the outcomes of his work so far. He illuminates the vulnerability that many teachers feel during exam season. He has also had to consider the impact of potential career progression upon his current teaching workload.

NQT: First term complete as a ‘proper’ teacher

By Daniel | 21 Jan, 2013 | 0 Comments

He’s slogged through observations and demanding lessons, but our NQT blogger still keeps a ‘sacred Saturday’.

Planning smartly and taking ownership

By Daniel | 25 Oct, 2012 | 0 Comments
Planning smartly and taking ownership

Our blogger has met challenges head on and felt pride and recognition in his achievements.  Read on to find out how he has tackled his first term as an NQT.