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Webinar: Ready, steady… NQT!

A panel discussion on practical strategies for overcoming the challenges of the first year of tea…

In this webinar recording, Joe Treacy (Head of Membership, Chartered College of Teaching), Ros Wilson (Author and Education Consultant), Aretha Banton (Co-founder, Mindful Equity UK), and Youlande Harrowell (Co-founder, Mindful Equity UK) provide practical strategies and advice to support NQTs in their first year of teaching and student teachers soon to be NQTs. They discussed:

There was also a Q&A session towards the end.

Relevant links shared:

You can find out more about Mindful Equity here –

Some items from My College for Chartered College of Teaching members to explore relating to equity in education:

There’s a great article over on our Early Career Hub about developing your practice as an NQT –

Ros Wilson’s book is titled ‘It takes 5 years to become a teacher’ and you can get a discount using CCSept20 on her website – 

Check out our top tips for resilience in early career teachers –

Check out our most popular early career article by Laura McInerney on the life of new teachers –

​Take a look at this article on our Early Career Hub about maintaining your subject knowledge –

You can find further support, as Joe says, on our Early Career Hub here –

There are some great resources to support workload and wellbeing here on our Early Career Hub – including this selection of tips –

We’re hopeful that the Early Career Framework can support teachers in the first 2 years @Alex. We wrote here –


Don’t forget you can join the Chartered College of Teaching as an NQT member for half price & FREE as a student

Our next webinar will be on 14 Sept with Tom Sherrington & Oliver Caviglioli discussing their new book Teaching WalkThrus

Thank you for joining us this afternoon, don’t forget to share your thoughts with us online @CharteredColl


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