Trainees embarking on a programme of ITE will have demonstrated that they possess the required attitudes and behaviours as an element of the selection process. No matter which route to QTS they undertake all trainees are expected to demonstrate high professional standards from the outset. For that reason the standards in Part Two are not graded By the end of the programme of ITE, all those trainees recommended for the award of QTS will have demonstrated that:
They have a commitment to the teaching profession, and are able to develop appropriate professional relationships with colleagues and pupils. They have regard to the need to safeguard pupils’ well-being, in accordance with statutory provisions. They understand that by law that schools are required to teach a broad and balanced curriculum and they are beginning to develop learners’ wider understanding of social and cultural diversity.
They are willing to assume an appropriate degree of responsibility for the implementation of workplace policies in the different settings in which they have trained. They adhere to school policies and practices, including those for attendance and punctuality
They have a broad understanding of their statutory professional responsibilities, including the requirement to promote equal opportunities and to provide reasonable adjustments for pupils with disabilities, as provided for in current Equalities Legislation. They are aware of the professional duties of teachers  as set out in the statutory School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document.