The policy landscape and teachers

Sam Freedman writes for the Chartered College of Teaching on the current policy landscape for teaching, what’s on the horizon and the issues being looked at by Government No one wants to talk about Covid-19 anymore. It was such a… Continue Reading The policy landscape and teachers

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Chartered College of Teaching responds to calls for teacher revalidation in new education report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (15th June) responded to recommendations included in The Times Education Commission’s final report. In ‘Bringing Out The Best’, the report sets out a series of suggestions to transform education including: The status of… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching responds to calls for teacher revalidation in new education report

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Mentors recognised for their accomplishments with new Chartered Teacher (Mentor) Status
The Chartered College of Teaching has announced a new route to Chartered Status for school-based mentors. Launching in the 2022/23 academic year, Chartered Teacher (Mentor) Status will celebrate mentors' essential role in supporting teacher development and recognising their expertise and… Continue Reading Mentors recognised for their accomplishments with new Chartered Teacher (Mentor) Status
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Chartered College of Teaching announces appointment of President-Elect

The Chartered College Teaching Council has today (6th May) announced the appointment of Dr Steven Berryman FCCT CTeach as the next President of the Chartered College of Teaching. Currently, Director of Arts, Culture and Community at Odyssey Trust for Education,… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching announces appointment of President-Elect

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on claims teachers broke rules during lockdown

Dame Alison Peacock has responded to claims of teachers drinking in their staffrooms during the pandemic. Throughout the pandemic teachers followed the rules to the letter and did everything that was expected of them and more. Our teachers showed calm… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on claims teachers broke rules during lockdown

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Supporting Parents to Support Children: Raising attainment and enhancing equity report

The Chartered College of Teaching will host a webinar on Tuesday May 17th from 5:30pm until 6:30pm. They will be joined by both researchers and some of the teaching staff involved in the With Others We Succeed (WOWS) Consortium of… Continue Reading Supporting Parents to Support Children: Raising attainment and enhancing equity report

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Reflections two years on and the ‘new normal’

As part of our Future of Teaching series, Chartered College members and individuals across the profession have been sharing their insights with us. Alan Garnett – Headteacher at North Primary School and Nursery – shares his reflections of the pandemic… Continue Reading Reflections two years on and the ‘new normal’

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on SEND review

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the publication of the government’s SEND review green paper. Members of the Chartered College members are encouraged to share their insights as part of the consultation. The Chartered College will also be… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on SEND review

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Schools White Paper

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented following the publication of the Schools White Paper. The paper sets out the following amongst its plans for teaching and learning: *Schools will offer a minimum school week of 32.5 hours by September… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Schools White Paper

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Exams and guidance – Ofqual answer member questions

The Chartered College of Teaching recently polled members on the publication of exam guidance and the impact on the most disadvantaged students. Dr Jo Saxton, Ofqual Chief Regulator, reflects on the poll and shares insights for teachers and leaders ahead… Continue Reading Exams and guidance – Ofqual answer member questions

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