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Golden hello eligibility

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by gc_tn_16, May 1, 2012.

  1. Dear Sage,


    I am hopng you can help.


    I completed my Maths PGCE year in 2011 and got a full time job. I have completed 2 terms and have found it a struggle. I recently resigned from the position but I am still working at the school on supply doing less hours. The school has been extremely understanding in my decision.
    My question is, if I complete my last term of induction later on down the line, say in the next couple of years and get a job after this will I still be eligilble for the golden hello?
    Also if the job I secure after completing my induction is part time will this count?
    Thanks,
    Gemma
     
  2. Dear Sage,


    I am hopng you can help.


    I completed my Maths PGCE year in 2011 and got a full time job. I have completed 2 terms and have found it a struggle. I recently resigned from the position but I am still working at the school on supply doing less hours. The school has been extremely understanding in my decision.
    My question is, if I complete my last term of induction later on down the line, say in the next couple of years and get a job after this will I still be eligilble for the golden hello?
    Also if the job I secure after completing my induction is part time will this count?
    Thanks,
    Gemma
     
  3. welshwizard

    welshwizard Established commenter Forum guide

    The current rules are that you have 12 months from completing induction to claim however as the GH is no longer available the DfE are likely to close off all claims at some stage in the future.
    Part time also counts as long as you are teaching your subject area for the majority of your timetable.
     

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