Helping ECTs to be the best they possibly can

About Stockton ECT

Stockton-on-Tees Appropriate Body are pleased to offer the administration and management of the statutory regulations for all Early Career Teachers (ECTs) alongside additional personalised support for schools and ECT Mentors and Induction Tutors (as described within the Statutory Guidance on Induction for newly qualified teachers (England) (March 2021)). The Appropriate…

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Guidance & Forms

Documents include guidance, report forms and associated observation and assessment tools along with information about the Quality Assurance process. For ECTs, mentors and tutors registered with Stockton-on-Tees Appropriate Body please use the access key provided in order to access the guidance and documents available to support you in your role.…

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Registration & Leavers

Induction Report Forms


Our Bespoke ECT development programme is carefully designed to support ECTs’ professional development throughout the induction period. It aims to arm teachers who are new to the profession with the necessary tools to enable them to become effective and resilient practitioners and supports delivery of the Early Career Development Framework. The programme offers the opportunity for primary and secondary teachers to work together in further developing their understanding of: Building effective relationships in the classroom Managing behaviour positively Supporting pupils…

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