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1 developing people, improving young lives NQT survey 2008

2 NQT Survey 2008 – response rate Questionnaire mailed to 32,000 NQTs 14,000 responded over a 15 week period Response rate 44 per cent (compared with 36 per cent in 2007)

3 NQT Survey 2008 – pattern of returns

4 NQT Survey 2008 – publication of results Sector level analysis published in July on TDA website: Provider level analyses were published w/c 15 September Data are available on providers website https://dataprovision.tda.gov.uk/provider/page.htm?to- page=analysisProviderLoginhttps://dataprovision.tda.gov.uk/provider/page.htm?to- page=analysisProviderLogin

5 NQT Survey 2008 – summary key sector level findings Significant differences between primary and secondary ITT In primary – The ratings given by the 2008 NQTs for most of the questions were lower than in the 2007 survey – Key areas where the NQTs ratings were lower, and contributed to a continued downward trend, were understanding: the National Curriculum the primary national strategy – Key areas of improvement were: Preparation to teach reading including phonics and comprehensive Understanding the foundation stage Understanding Every Child Matters

6 NQT Survey 2008 – summary key sector level findings In secondary – For 15 out 25 questions ratings reached their highest levels in the 2007 survey, and 2008 responses equalled or represented an improvement on these. – Biggest improvements were recorded in the following areas: the use of ICT in teaching teaching ME learners teaching learners with EAL use of the CEDP sharing responsibility for CPD understanding ECM – Key areas where NQTs ratings were lower were: planning teaching monitoring and reporting learners progress working with teaching colleagues

7 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary - overall quality

8 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – assessment and feedback – support and guidance

9 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – National Curriculum – specialist subject

10 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – classroom behaviour – range of teaching methods

11 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – planning – monitoring

12 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – ME learners – learners with EAL

13 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – learners with SEN – learners of different abilities

14 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – working with teaching colleagues – managing the work of others

15 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – parents and carers – welfare and safeguarding

16 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – induction – CEDP - CPD

17 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – foundation stage – primary national strategy

18 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in primary – literacy and mathematics elements of the primary national strategy

19 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary - overall quality

20 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – assessment and feedback – support and guidance

21 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – National Curriculum – specialist subject

22 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – classroom behaviour – teaching methods

23 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – planning - monitoring

24 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – ME learners – learners with EAL

25 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary - learners with SEN – learners of different abilities

26 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary - working with teaching colleagues – managing the work of others

27 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – parents and carers – welfare and safeguarding

28 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – induction – CEDP - CPD

29 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – secondary national strategy

30 NQT Survey 2008 – trends in secondary – English, ICT, science and mathematics elements of the secondary national strategy

31 NQT Survey 2008 Any questions Contact us Martin Barbara Riley


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