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The HISP TSH Appropriate Body service includes:  

  • Registering your ECTs/ NQTs with the Teacher Regulation Agency (TRA)  
  • Receiving, reading and registering assessment forms  
  • Giving advice and guidance on statutory guidance for the Early Career Framework (ECF)  
  • Ensuring that training and support provided by the school (or provider) meets the ECF  
  • Making you aware of any changes to regulations  
  • Supporting you with any concerns over the progress of any of your ECTs/ NQTs  
  • Access to NQT Manager (our paperless management system)  
  • Access to NQT Manager (our paperless management system)  
  • Virtual mentor networks  
  • Virtual Early Career Teacher subject/ phase networks  
  • Access to virtual coaching and mentoring development, provided by the HISP Research School  
  • Suite of videos of lessons and mentoring and coaching sessions (under development)  
  • Bank of resources covering a wide range of subjects and phases (under development)  
  • Annual QA process (virtual or face to face depending on need)  
  • Covid recovery training package – virtual professional development sessions covering: Behaviour Management & Wellbeing; Planning; SEND; Assessment; Structuring Learning; Motivation & Engagement; Working with Parents & Carers; Self-regulated Learning 

The HISP TSH AB is committed to ensuring value for money and not charging more than the cost of supplying this service. Therefore, the pricing for this service will be revised annually and any savings made due to uptake will be passed on to schools. 

If you would like to register with us for Appropriate Body services, please contact Emma Langley on e.langley@hispmat.org who will be able to set your school up on ECT Manager and provide instructions on how to log on. A copy of our Appropriate Body Handbook can be found below.

The following videos will help you understand the roles and responsibilities of of the ECT, Mentor, Induction Tutor and Headteacher for the Appropriate Body 

Roles and Responsibilities of the ECT:

Roles and Responsibilities of the Mentor:

Roles and Responsibilities of the Induction Tutor:

Roles and Responsibilities of the Headteacher: