NQT and Induction Tutor links
The Ofsted report site allows you to download the report of any school in the country.
University and College Union (UCU) is the largest trade union and professional association for academics, lecturers, trainers, researchers and academic-related staff working in further and higher education throughout the UK.
You can access the National Union of Teachers (NUT) website, even if you are not a member. The NUT has an extensive Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) section.
The TES Jobs website makes it easier for you to identify teaching vacancies, than trawling through the many jobs section in the paper version. The site also has a good search function for all backdated TES articles.
Zoopla is a very handy site for finding out about where you live (or where you're thinking of moving to). Just key in the post code and you get information on the quality of the local council, crime rates, house prices or where your nearest builder lives.
The purpose of the Department of Education (DfE) is to make England the best place in the world for children and young people to grow up.
Puzzle Maker is an enormous commercial US site for teachers and parents. The site has lots of information, but also has a selection of tools which enable you to make customised worksheets.
Primary Resources offers primary lesson plans and worksheets.