Teaching Timetable Confirmation
Registers and Lesson Plans
To be submitted on the last Friday of each term.
Pupil Progress Evaluations (Reports)
Small Group Tuition:
To be submitted by the last week of the summer half term
If school needs to inform EMS of a change of contact day or time, change of contact hours, school cancellation of provision or a teacher wishes to resign, the school must submit an EMS102 Change of Provision Request Form signed by the tutor and Head teacher before the last week of the half term prior to the change of provision, i.e., giving a half term plus one week notice.
See details of deadline dates please see the School Menu
Teacher pay is calculated using information contained on the EMS202 Timetable Confirmation Form
This form shows the hours/days/weeks taught for each teacher and should be received by the EMS office by the end of September each year.
The form must be signed by each school teachers attend as a confirmation that each school is aware of when each teacher will be attend each school.
It is each teacher’s responsibility to ensure this form is filled in and returned on time.
Use the following link to access “iTrent“:
Your username is your seven digit employee number and password is “Lbe” followed by your date of birth expressed in the format DDMMYY
eg if your birthday is 15 June 1978, enter Lbe150678. Once signed into iTrent, select the ‘Payroll’, then ‘Payslips’.
If you experience any difficulty accessing iTrent, call the iTrent support team on 020 8825 9000 and then selecting Option 3 (HR Shared Services Centre), Option 2 (Non-schools Enquiries), then Option 4 (iTrent Support Team).
Further advice can be found in the EMS Teachers Handbook, EMS201 Starting on the Right Note
Non-teaching activity: EMS203 Non-teaching Claim Form
Additional/ad-hoc tuition (the school must countersign) : EMS103 Provision Request Form
A permanent change to a teacher’s weekly hours (the school must countersign) : EMS102 Change of Provision Request Form
These forms are processed by the EMS admin team on the first of each month.
Forms submitted after this will be progressed for payment on the following month.
The Peripatetic Teaching Risk Assessment Guide must be read and understood by all EMS teachers prior to teaching on behalf of EMS.
INSERT NEW LINK->> Peripatetic Teaching Risk Assessment.
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Teachers have a duty to ensure that pupils remain safe and protected from maltreatment whilst in their care.
All new members of staff will be required to sign and agree to adhere to this policy. This is a statutory requirement and no member of staff will be allowed to teach in Ealing schools before this document is signed. The current Child Protection Policy is EMS803-Child-Protection-Policy.pdf