Newly Qualified Teachers (NQT)
Teaching in Haringey
Haringey is an exciting and challenging borough to work in whether you are just beginning your teaching career or furthering your experiences as a senior teacher or leader within a school.
We offer many benefits and opportunities to teachers in a diverse range of schools.
Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs)
Haringey is a rewarding place to teach whether you are a newly qualified teacher, experienced teacher or a senior leader within a school.
Our teachers have a real commitment to working in partnership with the local community in achieving our overall aim to improve the life chances of all members of the community through education.
Haringey offers many benefits and opportunities for teachers in a diverse range of roles. We also offer a supportive induction programme for NQTs and professional development for experienced teachers and senior leaders.
We welcome teachers that will be committed to our overall vision for all children and young people in Haringey to be happy, healthy and safe with a bright future.
Recruitment for Teachers
To find out what jobs are available in Haringey schools visit:
As an NQT you will have a reduced teaching timetable, 10% release time throughout your NQT year and an additional 10% for planning preparation and assessment time as part of the national agreement for all teachers.
A structured support network exists in Haringey for our new teachers. You will be allocated a fully trained mentor to nurture and monitor your progress throughout the induction period.
- Read more about our continuous professional development
Although defined as an outer London borough, we pay teachers inner London allowance. This means that NQTs in Haringey are awarded the higher London allowance.
NQTs currently earn a minimum of £27,543
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