Quality assurance of teachers’ CPD: could it work?
With the Chartered College of Teaching publishing a report into the quality assurance of teachers' CPD, Katy Chedzey -  Head of Teaching, Learning & Assessment - reflects on the findings. We know that teacher quality really matters. If we want… Continue Reading Quality assurance of teachers’ CPD: could it work?
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One year on: Teaching and lockdown
Our CEO Professor Dame Alison Peacock reflects on one year of lockdown, what this has meant for the teaching profession and how the Chartered College of Teaching has supported educators over this time. How would you sum up the past… Continue Reading One year on: Teaching and lockdown
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Why do we need to quality assure teachers’ CPD?
Katy Chedzey, our Head of Teaching, Learning & Assessment, provides an update on our CPD QA pilot and how you can share your views. To put it simply: teacher quality really matters. If we want to improve outcomes for pupils… Continue Reading Why do we need to quality assure teachers’ CPD?
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Evidence-based support Delivered via text message Supporting your wellbeing Sign up to receive advice and support your colleagues: TeachTogether SIGN UP NOW Teachers are at the front line of the Covid-19 response - continuing to support pupils despite school closures… Continue Reading TeachTogether – Sign up today!
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A look at the Peer review process for Impact

If you’re interested in reviewing articles for our journal – Impact – then this Q&A is for you. We spoke to our Editorial Assistant – Phoebe Dry – to find out more about the whole process. Why is Impact peer-reviewed? Peer review… Continue Reading A look at the Peer review process for Impact

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“So I believe you are Chartered now?”
"SO I BELIEVE YOU ARE CHARTERED NOW?" Janet Devoy   Janet Devoy writes about her CTeach experience and why you should join the Chartered Teacher Programme programme   “So I believe you are Chartered now?” asked my Uncle Alan at our annual… Continue Reading “So I believe you are Chartered now?”
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Why CTeach should be part of your professional development
WHY CTEACH SHOULD BE PART OF YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Helen Barker   Helen Barker writes about her CTeach experience and why you should join the Chartered Teacher Programme programme   We all know that if you want something doing, you should give… Continue Reading Why CTeach should be part of your professional development
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Why I think it’s important for school leaders to encourage their staff to apply for CTeach
WHY I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT FOR SCHOOL LEADERS TO ENCOURAGE THEIR STAFF TO APPLY FOR CTEACH Joining the Chartered College and becoming a Chartered Teacher was something I did for myself. So why do I think that it’s really important… Continue Reading Why I think it’s important for school leaders to encourage their staff to apply for CTeach
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What to expect from the Chartered Teacher Programme
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE CHARTERED TEACHER PROGRAMME Dawn Cox Secondary teacher, Manningtree High School   Dawn Cox writes about her CTeach experience and why you should join the Chartered Teacher Programme programme “I have completed many teacher CPD courses in my… Continue Reading What to expect from the Chartered Teacher Programme
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How the Chartered Teacher Programme benefited me
HOW THE CHARTERED TEACHER PROGRAMME BENEFITED ME Sandra Clinton Head of Chemistry and Physics, Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College   Sandra Clinton writes about her CTeach experience and why you should join the Chartered Teacher Programme programme Chartered Teacher Status… Continue Reading How the Chartered Teacher Programme benefited me
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