Code of Practice on the Role of the Chartered Teacher – SNCT-09-14

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The SNCT has reached agreement on a Code of Practice on the Role of the Chartered Teacher.   The Code of Practice is incorporated into the SNCT Handbook: Part 2, paragraph 9.22 and is provided in a new Appendix, Appendix 2.16.  

The SNCT circular is available from the SNCT section of this website.   The relevant circular is SNCT 09/14.

An SSTA advice note will follow shortly regarding the Code of Practice on the Role of the Chartered Teacher.

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