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maximisingtas.co.uk/assets/content/ta-standards-final-june2016-1.pdfWas originally being done by the DfE but they decided not to publish. Then the NAHT and a couple of other unions and groups took them over, and after all the delays they are published."The TA standards are non-mandatory and non-statutory, and sit alongside the statutory standards for teachers."
Great to see this published. Now just to get teachers to read it and use us wisely
It all looks very sensible - what might change for schools, pupils, teachers & TAs? I'd like to think that this is already how TAs work and are supported, but I guess that might be rather naïve.
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