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The NQT year is changing to 2 years and renamed as ECT (Early Careers Teacher).

Is this better than the current system?

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Does this mean NQTs/ECTs will be paid m1 for 2 years?
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Does this mean NQTs/ECTs will be paid m1 for 2 years?
No, the opportunity to move up on the MPS will remain as it is currently.
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The NQT year is changing to 2 years and renamed as ECT (Early Careers Teacher).

Is this better than the current system?

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On reflection of the NQT/RQTs I've mentored and my own experience, I think yes. This is a better model of supporting teachers in their early careers. The leap from the 90% to the 100% time-table and the reduction in coaching and mentoring in the NQT+ 1 year makes/made many new teachers capacity to be the best teacher they can be, diminish.

I also found that as the amount of observations from other teachers of my own teaching reduced after the NQT period, the 'fear' of observed lessons grew, and that's not a positive thing. There is ALWAYS something to learn from being observed.

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