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The Education (Induction Arrangements for School Teachers) (England) Regulations 2012

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and application

  3. 2.Revocations and transitional provision

  4. 3.Interpretation

  5. 4.Appropriate body

  6. 5.Requirement to serve an induction period

  7. 6.Institutions in which an induction period may be served

  8. 7.Length of an induction period

  9. 8.Extension of an induction period before completion

  10. 9.Service of more than one induction period

  11. 10.Supervision, training and assessment

  12. 11.Completion of an induction period

  13. 12.Termination of employment following failure satisfactorily to complete an induction period

  14. 13.Inclusion on the list of persons who have failed satisfactorily to complete an induction period

  15. 14.Appeals

  16. 15.Other functions of the appropriate body

  17. 16.Charges

  18. 17.Guidance given by the Secretary of State

  19. 18.Notice under these Regulations

  20. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Cases in which a person may be employed as a qualified teacher in a relevant school without having satisfactorily completed an induction period under these Regulations

      1. 1.A person who on 7th May 1999 was a qualified...

      2. 2.A person who— (a) is serving an induction period (including...

      3. 3.A person who has failed satisfactorily to complete an induction...

      4. 4.A person who is employed for one or more periods...

      5. 5.A person who can no longer be employed under paragraph...

      6. 6.A person who has satisfactorily completed an induction period under...

      7. 7.A person— (a) who qualified as a teacher in England...

      8. 8.A person who has, or is eligible for, full registration...

      9. 9.A person who— (a) has successfully completed the induction stage...

      10. 10.A person who is, as respects the profession of school...

      11. 11.A person who has successfully completed a probationary period for...

      12. 12.A person who has successfully completed the States of Jersey...

      13. 13.A person who has been approved by the States of...

      14. 14.A person who has successfully completed an induction period for...

      15. 15.A person who on or before 7th May 1999—

      16. 16.A person who on or before 7th May 1999—

      17. 17.A person who is a qualified teacher and who became...

      18. 18.A person who— (a) has successfully completed a programme of...

      19. 19.A person who is a qualified teacher who became so...

      20. 20.A person who has successfully completed the Service Children’s Education...

      21. 21.A person who on or before 1st September 2003 has...

      22. 22.A person who is a qualified teacher and became so...

      23. 23.A person who is a qualified teacher and became so...

      24. 24.(1) A person — (a) who has been informed in...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Special provisions applying to a qualified teacher who has not passed the numeracy skills test on completion of the induction period

      1. 1.(1) In this Schedule “the numeracy skills test” means the...

      2. 2.The head teacher of the institution at which the person...

      3. 3.The appropriate body must— (a) not take any decision pursuant...

      4. 4.The employer of the person must take the steps necessary...

      5. 5.A person to whom this Schedule applies but who subsequently...

      6. 6.The appropriate body, within 20 working days beginning with the...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Procedure for appeal against a decision of the appropriate body

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Time for appeal

      3. 3.Notice of appeal

      4. 4.(1) The appellant may serve an amended notice of appeal...

      5. 5.Acknowledgment of notice of appeal

      6. 6.Reply from appropriate body etc.

      7. 7.Acknowledgment of reply etc.

      8. 8.Information: further provision

      9. 9.Withdrawal of appeal or reply

      10. 10.Determination of appeal on failure to defend the appeal or withdrawal of appeal or reply

      11. 11.Determination of appeal without a hearing

      12. 12.Appeal panels

      13. 13.Notification of hearing date etc.

      14. 14.Preparations for hearing

      15. 15.Written representations

      16. 16.Procedure at the hearing

      17. 17.Notification of decision on an appeal

      18. 18.Time limits and irregularities

  21. Explanatory Note

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