As part of the early rollout of the Early Career Framework we will be working with schools to deliver a two-year programme in Manchester, Bradford and Doncaster, and across the North East (ONE area) from autumn 2020.
We are also working with other schools across England to deliver a one-year programme as part of the expansion to the early rollout.
Sign-up deadlines: Schools in the early rollout areas have until 23rd October to complete their application. Schools in all other areas must sign-up before 30th September 2020.
Schools in any of these areas can sign-up now to start the programme this term.
In early roll-out areas
Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance – Bradford
Yorkshire Inclusive Teaching School Alliance – Bradford
Ladywood Teaching School Alliance – Bolton
Astrea Academy Trust – Doncaster
St Bedes School - Durham & North East
Star Academies - Greater Manchester
Across the rest of the country
Tykes Teaching School Alliance – Barnsley
Redborne Teaching School Alliance - Bedfordshire
Arthur Terry Teaching School Alliance – Birmingham
Star Academies - Blackburn
Derby Teaching School Alliance - Derby City
Altius Derbyshire TSA – Derbyshire
LETTA – East London
Lyons Hall (Working with Sigma Trust) – Essex
Saffron Teaching School Hub – Essex, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk
Pioneer Teaching School Alliance - Hampshire
Inspiring Leaders – Leicestershire
KYRA Teaching School Alliance – Lincolnshire
St John Bosco TSA - Liverpool
Inspiring Leaders – Nottinghamshire
Chorus Education Trust – Sheffield
Painsley Teaching School Alliance - Staffordshire
Pickwick Learning Teaching School Alliance - Wiltshire
The DfE is funding all training, so schools will receive all training free of charge.
Schools participating in the early rollout areas, Greater Manchester, Bradford and Doncaster, and the North East, will benefit from funding for 5% off-timetable in the second year of teaching for their early career teachers, in addition to the existing 10% timetable reduction in the first year. They will also benefit from funded time for mentors to support their early career teachers in their second year of teaching.
Schools outside of these areas participating in the one-year programme will not benefit from additional funding, but will still receive all training free of charge.
Read more about funding in our FAQs.
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