Welcome to the
Chartered College of Teaching

The Chartered College opened in January 2017 as the new professional body for the teaching profession. Membership is voluntary and provides access to research, events, a wide community of educators, and high-quality professional learning.

Perhaps most importantly though, is that it provides the chance to make a difference for our profession. Please explore our site to find out more. I do hope you will decide to be a part of it.

Dame Alison Peacock's Signature

Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive

Impact: Latest Issue

Read the latest issue of Impact, the journal of the Chartered College of Teaching.

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Be Connected

A diverse community of educators sharing experiences and expertise through our face-to-face events, online platform and regional and local activity.

Be Informed
A termly peer-reviewed journal, an online knowledge platform and access to over 2,000 journals and ebooks in our education resource database.
Be Recognised

A wide range of professional learning opportunities, and the chance to engage a programme of assessment leading to Chartered Teacher status.

Be Inspired

A window into the classroom of teachers around the country, with opportunities to share, collaborate, and develop practice together.

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