Chartered College of Teaching comments on 2021 exam delays announcement

The Department for Education has today (12th October) announced that most GCSE and A-level exams in 2021 will be pushed back by three weeks. Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, said: “We are pleased to… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on 2021 exam delays announcement

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Chartered College of Teaching joint letter on assessment

The Chartered College of Teaching is supporting discussions on what the future of assessment should look like. Following the chaos surrounding this year’s exams and results, the Chartered College of Teaching has written to the Secretary of State for Education… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching joint letter on assessment

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Chartered College of Teaching writes to DHSC regarding COVID test shortages

Following concerns from members regarding the availability of COVID tests, the Chartered College of Teaching wrote to the Department of Health and Social Care to raise concerns and to seek information on greater coordination of testing for teachers. We are… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching writes to DHSC regarding COVID test shortages

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on ‘stark picture’ painted by new NFER report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (1st September) in response to the publication of NFER and Nuffield Foundation’s report into the impact of COVID-19 on teachers and schools along with schools’ plans and concerns ahead of reopening. The findings… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on ‘stark picture’ painted by new NFER report

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on ‘state of education’ report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (26th August) commented on Education Policy Institute’s new report: Education in England: Annual Report 2020. The report looks at the state of education in England, including the attainment gap. Findings include: The attainment… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on ‘state of education’ report

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on exam results U-Turn

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the announcement by Ofqual that it will “switch to centre assessment grades” for A-Levels and for the upcoming GCSE results. Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching,… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on exam results U-Turn

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Chartered College of Teaching calls for “injustice” of A-Level results to be “corrected”

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (14th August) called for urgent corrections to be made following the “injustice” of A-Level results. Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, said: “The A-Level results given to… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching calls for “injustice” of A-Level results to be “corrected”

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new A Level results plans

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (12 August) commented on the new ‘triple lock’ announcement by the Department for Education regarding A-Level results. As part of the decision, “students could accept their calculated grade, appeal to receive a valid… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new A Level results plans

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#FutureOfTeaching campaign launches with new global site and COVID-19 research

Campaign to support conversations across the profession about immediate and long-term solutions for teaching Free global hub – The Education Exchange – will provide space for teachers to discuss what the future of teaching should look like around five key… Continue Reading #FutureOfTeaching campaign launches with new global site and COVID-19 research

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Ofsted Autumn plans

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (6th July) commented on Ofsted’s plans to visit schools in the Autumn term. Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, said: “Our schools will have a huge amount… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Ofsted Autumn plans

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