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Proposals to change Chartered College of Teaching Bye laws

The Chartered College of Teaching is seeking member approval to change its Bye laws, one of its main governing documents (along with its Royal Charter). The changes will enable the Chartered College to operate more effectively for the benefits of… Continue Reading Proposals to change Chartered College of Teaching Bye laws

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on government education recovery plan

The government has announced a £1 billion plan for national tutoring which will see up to 100 million tutoring hours for children and young people across England. This comes as part of the government’s education recovery plan. Commenting on the… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on government education recovery plan

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TEACHERS STILL IN THE DARK ABOUT THE EARLY CAREER FRAMEWORK

Chartered College of Teaching poll asks 6k teachers whether they “feel that I am well-informed about the Early Career Framework” 75% of teachers disagree that they feel informed Chartered College running Early Career Fest – week of free events for… Continue Reading TEACHERS STILL IN THE DARK ABOUT THE EARLY CAREER FRAMEWORK

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new mental health support

Following the government’s announcement of £17 million in mental health funding for schools and colleges, Dame Alison Peacock has commented: “Even before the pandemic, teachers were telling us about the increasing role they were being asked to play in supporting… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new mental health support

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on impact of CPD report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (28th April) commented on the publication of Education Policy Institute’s new report on the effects of high-quality professional development on teachers and students. The report highlights the boost to pupil attainment and earnings… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on impact of CPD report

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on updated grading guidance

The Chartered College of Teaching has raised its concerns following updates to the guidance covering grades this year. Ofqual has confirmed details on submitting grades and evidence for this year’s GCSE, AS and A level grades from the 28th May.… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on updated grading guidance

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NEW REPORT SETS OUT BLUEPRINT FOR ASSURING QUALITY CPD
- Quality Assurance of Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD QA) report outlines a blueprint for a system that will help teachers and school leaders to choose high-quality CPD - Chartered College of Teaching worked in partnership with Sheffield Institute of… Continue Reading NEW REPORT SETS OUT BLUEPRINT FOR ASSURING QUALITY CPD
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Statement on the passing of the Chartered College of Teaching’s patron – His Royal Highness The Prince Philip

Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, has issued the following statement on the passing of the Chartered College’s patron – His Royal Highness The Prince Philip. “It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of… Continue Reading Statement on the passing of the Chartered College of Teaching’s patron – His Royal Highness The Prince Philip

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new race report

The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities has today (31st March) published its report looking at race and ethnic disparities in the UK. Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, commented: We should be constantly seeking to… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new race report

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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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