1 hr 53 min

What are the challenges and opportunities of the Early Career Framework‪?‬ Future Terms

    • Education

This September’s shake-up of the support given to newly-qualified (early career) teachers will mean big things for schools and trainees alike.

With the induction period being extended from one year to two, in-school mentors will have more responsibilities than ever. Yet, after a year in which the development of new teachers was hugely disrupted, this will inevitably result in challenges.

Speaking to participants who were part of the early roll out of Teach First’s Early Career Framework programme – as well as those involved in its design – we’ll also explore the resources available to support schools and trainees, and how the programme offers a huge opportunity to reinvigorate in-school mentoring. Join the conversation on Twitter using #FutureTermsPanel

This panel aired on Thursday 27 May 2021.

Hosted by:

Faye Craster, Director of Teacher Development at Teach First (moderator)

On this panel:


Jacqueline Gilbert - Deputy Headteacher at Park View Community School
Haili Hughes - English teacher and mentor at Saddleworth School
Jane Phiri - English teacher at Freebrough Academy
Sam Twiselton - Director of Sheffield Institute of Education at Sheffield Hallam University

This September’s shake-up of the support given to newly-qualified (early career) teachers will mean big things for schools and trainees alike.

With the induction period being extended from one year to two, in-school mentors will have more responsibilities than ever. Yet, after a year in which the development of new teachers was hugely disrupted, this will inevitably result in challenges.

Speaking to participants who were part of the early roll out of Teach First’s Early Career Framework programme – as well as those involved in its design – we’ll also explore the resources available to support schools and trainees, and how the programme offers a huge opportunity to reinvigorate in-school mentoring. Join the conversation on Twitter using #FutureTermsPanel

This panel aired on Thursday 27 May 2021.

Hosted by:

Faye Craster, Director of Teacher Development at Teach First (moderator)

On this panel:


Jacqueline Gilbert - Deputy Headteacher at Park View Community School
Haili Hughes - English teacher and mentor at Saddleworth School
Jane Phiri - English teacher at Freebrough Academy
Sam Twiselton - Director of Sheffield Institute of Education at Sheffield Hallam University

1 hr 53 min

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