Appropriate Body Services for Camden Schools from September 2023
From September 2023 there will be changes to the appropriate body service to track the induction and completion of the Early Career Framework for Camden Schools currently using the services of Camden Learning. Please see the outline of the changes here.
The below tabs provide statutory information and guidance for Early Career Induction. Please ensure you check this page on a regular basis
The role of the Appropriate Body is to ensure the following:
ECT is supported in school
Has a reduced timetable
Informing Teaching Regulation Agency of ECT appointments
Schools deliver an induction period that is underpinned by the ECF. The Appropriate Body (AB) will have the role in checking that an ECF-based induction is in place.
The Appropriate Body has the main quality assurance role within the induction process. It will establish that head teachers are aware of/capable of meeting their responsibilities and that the monitoring, support, assessment, and guidance procedures in place are fair and appropriate.
Quality assurance mechanisms include
Training and termly network meetings for Induction Tutors
Guidance material for Induction Tutors and ECTs
Highlighting progress of ECTs
Arranging professional development for ECTs through the induction programme
Links with national agencies
Scrutiny of completed assessment forms and follow up
Providing opportunities for ECTs to give feedback through ECT survey
Appropriate body will visit sample schools as well as visit schools upon request
Register your ECT
The most important registration for all Induction Tutors to complete is the statutory requirement for ECT Induction. This is via https://camdenlearning.ectmanager.com/Login.aspx. This is in addition to registering with EDT for the Early Career Programme.
The Early Career Teacher and Induction Tutor Handbook
The ECT Handbook outlines the legal requirements of the statutory two year induction undertaken by early career teachers. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Headteacher, Induction Tutor, Mentor and Early Career Teacher to engage with the statutory induction of new teachers. It includes guidance for schools and accompanies the support available through the Appropriate Body.
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