A new partnership between the Chartered College of Teaching and ImpactEd will support school leaders to develop skills in education research and inquiry, putting evidence-based research in the hands of practitioners.
ImpactEd partner schools will be able to gain recognition for the learning they have undertaken as part of their research projects with ImpactEd by completing the ‘School Practice Inquiry Project’ assessment.
By sharing the findings of their evaluation project in a written report, along with a research poster summarising their project and its findings, leaders will be able to achieve the Certificate in Education Research and Inquiry (Leadership) on the Chartered Teacher (Leadership) pathway, and 20 credits towards Chartered Status.
The Chartered College and ImpactEd will also provide opportunities for sharing of practice and reduced costs for training and development. This comes as ImpactEd has grown to reach over 1,000 schools across England, making the combined reach of both organisations one of the most significant communities of teachers using evidence in the country.
We are delighted to be partnering with ImpactEd, who provide schools with the tools to evaluate their impact, in order to provide the greatest impact for all young people. Both organisations recognise that a great deal of research exists throughout the teaching profession, and this partnership will support teachers and leaders to put education theory into practice, and to translate evaluation tools into school settings. We look forward to working with ImpactEd to put teachers and leaders at the heart of school improvement.Jonny Goggs, Head of Partnerships, Chartered College of Teaching
The Chartered College and ImpactEd share a deep commitment to empowering teachers to make the best use of evidence in their setting. Through this collaboration we’re delighted to make it easier for members of both organisations to develop this expertise, and support schools to invest their time, energy and resources on what is making the greatest impact.Owen Carter, Co-Founder and Managing Director, ImpactEd
To celebrate our partnership, the Chartered College of Teaching and ImpactEd are hosting a webinar that brings together experts from both organisations to look at effective evaluation in schools and what this looks like in practice.
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About the Chartered College of Teaching
The Chartered College of Teaching is the professional body for teachers. We are working to celebrate, support and connect teachers to take pride in their profession and provide the best possible education for children and young people. We are dedicated to bridging the gap between practice and research and equipping teachers from the second they enter the classroom with the knowledge and confidence to make the best decisions for their pupils.
ImpactEd is a social enterprise that exists to improve pupil outcomes by addressing the evaluation deficit in education. They support organisations, schools and Trusts to evaluate their impact, learn from it and ensure their resources are working in the best possible way for young people.
Working with over 1000 schools, both through direct partnerships and collaboration with MATs and education providers across the country, ImpactEd empowers schools to maximise their impact for all pupils and reduce workload by using the best possible evidence to guide their decision making. For more information please visit: https://www.impacted.org.uk
For more information, please contact:
Information about partnerships: Jonny Goggs, Head of Partnerships, Chartered College of Teaching
Press queries: Nansi Ellis, Public Relations and Communications
E: email@example.com / T: 020 7911 5589
ImpactEd: Owen Carter, Founder and Managing Director