Chartered College of Teaching comments on updated assessment plans

Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, has today (13th January) commented on the Secretary of State for Education’s letter outlining the process to agree alternative exam arrangements. The Secretary of State for Education writes to… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on updated assessment plans

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on revised school reopenings

Dame Alison Peacock – Chartered College of Teaching CEO – has commented following today’s (30th December) revised plans regarding the reopening of schools. “Today’s announcement by the Secretary of State missed an important headline which would have gained support across… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on revised school reopenings

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on school COVID-19 test roll out

Today (15th December), the Department for Education has announced that it will be rolling out rapid-testing in schools and colleges from January. Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, commented on the news: “Our hope is… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on school COVID-19 test roll out

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Ofsted Annual Report

Ofsted has today (1 December) published its Annual Report for education, children’s services and skills. Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching – the professional body for teaching – reflected on the report’s findings and comments… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Ofsted Annual Report

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Majority of teachers find DfE guidance ‘unhelpful’

·  Only 10% think DfE remote and in-school guidance was helpful ·  Over 80% dissatisfied with how DfE has listened to COVID-19 teaching feedback An overwhelming majority of teachers found Department for Education guidance relating to remote and in-school teaching unhelpful, according… Continue Reading Majority of teachers find DfE guidance ‘unhelpful’

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Improving Schools report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (18th November) commented on the publication of the ‘Improving Schools’ report, published by NAHT’s School Improvement Commission. The Commission, which includes Dame Alison Peacock – CEO of the Chartered College – identifies five… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Improving Schools report

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Dame Alison Peacock calls for “teachers to be the ones to shape the future of teaching”

During her speech at the Chartered College’s AGM, CEO Dame Alison Peacock said that the expertise and insights of teachers should drive areas such as “how we avoid a repeat of the farce of this summer’s exam results, how we… Continue Reading Dame Alison Peacock calls for “teachers to be the ones to shape the future of teaching”

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Chartered College Council election results

The results of the Chartered College of Teaching’s 2020 Council election was announced at the Annual General Meeting on Saturday 7th November. Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College declared the results acting in her role as Returning… Continue Reading Chartered College Council election results

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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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