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Sticky2021 End of Year Teacher Reflections

2021 highlights While not quite as bad as 2020, 2021 has been an eventful year. But, in the midst of virus mutations and political turbulence, we’ve had a few brief moments of normalcy: lockdowns have been lifted, and pupils once… Continue Reading 2021 End of Year Teacher Reflections

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new ECF workload poll

A new poll published by NAHT today (16th December) has indicated that nine out of 10 school leaders say the Early Career Framework (ECF) has created extra workload for new teachers. While almost half believe the Framework will have a… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new ECF workload poll

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Chartered College of Teaching 2021 Council election results

The results of the Chartered College of Teaching’s 2021 Council election were announced at the Annual General Meeting on Saturday 4th December. In the election for Vice-President (Policy Development and Advocacy) the following member was elected: Aimee Tinkler In the… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching 2021 Council election results

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Chartered College of Teaching launches new Chartered Status to recognise teaching expertise

The Chartered College of Teaching has announced a brand new approach to its Chartered Status. Due to its popularity, teachers and leaders will have more opportunities to gain official accreditation for their teaching expertise. Launching in January 2022, participants will… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching launches new Chartered Status to recognise teaching expertise

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on ITT market review outcome

The Department for Education has today (01 December) published its consultation outcome to the ITT market review. Following the publication, Dame Alison Peacock – CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching – commented: We are pleased that the government has… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on ITT market review outcome

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Teacher Wellbeing Index

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (25th November) commented on Education Support’s 2021 Teacher Wellbeing Index. The annual report by charity Education Support in conjunction with YouGov, found that teachers’ mental health is getting worse – not better –… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Teacher Wellbeing Index

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Teachers share their roadmap for the future of teaching in new book

New book, published by The Chartered College of Teaching, compiles articles by teachers across the UK, sharing perspectives on key issues from decolonising the curriculum to promoting mental wellbeing in education Continue Reading Teachers share their roadmap for the future of teaching in new book

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Chartered College of Teaching and Montessori Group announce new Early Childhood Hub

The Chartered College of Teaching and The Montessori Group announce their collaboration on a new learning hub for the early years. The Early Childhood Hub will provide content by and for early years practitioners, recognising their expertise and supporting them in delivering excellent early years education. Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching and Montessori Group announce new Early Childhood Hub

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Chartered College of Teaching publishes final ‘Education in times of crisis’ report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (5th November) published ‘Effective approaches to distance learning: Sharing teachers’ expertise and experience’, the final in its Education in Times of Crisis series of reports. For this final report, the Chartered College has… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching publishes final ‘Education in times of crisis’ report

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on funding for teaching recruitment

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on an announcement by the Department for Education to support teacher recruitment. Under the plans, teachers and school leaders will be able to access free National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) to “ensure they have… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on funding for teaching recruitment

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