I'm a part-time NQT on a 0.4 contract (2 days per week). I have small kids and am not ready to work full-time so it's been good so far. This means induction will take me 2.5 years (nearly 1 year = 1 term completed), which is fine and I am happy in my school. However, I've just seen a job advertised in another local school for 0.3 of a timetable. I am a tiny bit tempted to apply in case the 1.5 days they need could be done on the days I am not at my current school, as this would still only make up 0.7 of a timetable, leave me a bit of time for my kids, but get my induction done more quickly. But I'm not sure a. whether this is allowed (ie to be employed on a permanent contract by two schools) and b. how this would affect induction. Would school 1 still be my main employer and therefore do all my observations and reports etc, but simply do them at a faster pace in the knowledge I was actually doing 0.7 of a timetable? Or would I have to 'do induction' at both schools - which would be a real headache! It would be the same LA, at least. It might even be good for the second school as they'd be getting a cheap NQT but one with a bit of experience and no need for them to provide any training or reports. Thanks! Biscuits.