The Chartered College of Teaching and Montessori Group announce further support to the Early Years sector with a new group membership partnership

The Montessori Group, a global leader in Montessori provision, and the Chartered College of Teaching, the professional body for teachers and teaching assistants, today announce their continued collaboration in delivering excellent early years education. 1,500 Montessori educators will receive support… Continue Reading The Chartered College of Teaching and Montessori Group announce further support to the Early Years sector with a new group membership partnership

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Three top tips for classroom management

Amarbeer Singh GillTeacher EducatorAmbition Institute@InspiredLearn_ Nick PointerAssociate DeanAmbition Institute@nickpointer_ The start of the new academic year brings with it new classes and new students. Some of the the key challenges these present are: How do we get these new students… Continue Reading Three top tips for classroom management

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A message from the CEO

On behalf of the Chartered College of Teaching I want to express our profound thanks to Her Majesty, The Queen, Elizabeth II and The Royal Family for their support over the years. We join with the teaching profession in sending… Continue Reading A message from the CEO

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Top five things to do before the new term starts

With the new school term quickly approaching, here are a few things you can do to prepare and ease yourself back into the classroom. 1. Make sure your details are up to date Login to MyCollege to check your contact… Continue Reading Top five things to do before the new term starts

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on A-level results day

The Chartered College of Teaching has congratulated students on their achievement following the publication of A-level results. Dame Alison Peacock – CEO of the Chartered College – commented: Students deserve huge congratulations for their hard work in achieving their results… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on A-level results day

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Chartered College response to SEND Review consultation

The Chartered College of Teaching has responded to the government’s consultation on its SEND Review – ‘Right support, right place, right time’. In preparing the response, the Chartered College invited members to share their views and insights on the proposals.… Continue Reading Chartered College response to SEND Review consultation

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on childcare proposals

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the government’s consultation on proposed regulatory changes to childcare. Proposals include increasing the number of children each staff member can look after. The Chartered College is supporting Early Years practitioners with its… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on childcare proposals

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Dame Alison Peacock celebrates the 2022 Chartered Status graduates

. Chartered Status is the culmination of a great deal of hard work, but it is not the end of the journey. It is the beginning of the next stage. To work together in the spirit of collegiality to strengthen teaching and learning.  Continue Reading Dame Alison Peacock celebrates the 2022 Chartered Status graduates

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EXCELLENT TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP CELEBRATED AT CHARTERED STATUS GRADUATION

181 teachers and leaders graduate with Chartered Status at London ceremony Chartered Status is a formal accreditation of teaching expertise awarded by the Chartered College of Teaching Chartered Status strengthens teaching and benefits the education of students The Chartered College… Continue Reading EXCELLENT TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP CELEBRATED AT CHARTERED STATUS GRADUATION

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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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