NQT Advice: Handy to know! Whether you’ve simply got an NQT joining the department or you’re taking on an NQT as a mentor, it’s always handy to have a little NQT advice to hand for when things start getting a … Continue reading NQT Advice: Five Things to Tell Your NQT
I remember my first ‘outstanding’ observation – An English Language A-Level lesson with a class of eleven students. I recall the self-doubt and the onset of impostor syndrome that told me my lesson was poorly planned and headed for a … Continue reading Impostor Syndrome: Why Do Teachers Second-Guess Themselves?
Your NQT year is perhaps among the most challenging of your teaching career and there are plenty of teachers willing to offer advice that’ll help you survive it.
Here are seven top tips for your NQT year that I found particularly useful – based on my own experiences in the classroom. Continue reading NQT Year: Seven Top Tips for Surviving