Chartered College of Teaching letter to the Prime Minister

The Chartered College of Teaching has written to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Education setting out five areas relating to reopening that still need to be addressed by the Government. Detail on the specific scientific evidence-base for… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching letter to the Prime Minister

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on DfE schools meeting

Following today’s meeting between the Government’s scientific advisers, DfE and sector leaders, Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching has made the following comment: At The Chartered College of Teaching, we are pleased to have had the opportunity… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on DfE schools meeting

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Chartered College publishes report into implications of school closures and global approaches to education

The Chartered College of Teaching has published a new review of research evidence on school closures and international approaches to education during the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘Education in the time of crisis: The potential implications of school closures for teachers and… Continue Reading Chartered College publishes report into implications of school closures and global approaches to education

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SUPPORT TEACHERS: NOW IS NOT THE TIME FOR CRITICISM

Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching writes about her pride in the profession during COVID-19 We are currently living through a global crisis the like of which most of us have never encountered. The… Continue Reading SUPPORT TEACHERS: NOW IS NOT THE TIME FOR CRITICISM

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FREE TEXT MESSAGING SERVICE LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT TEACHERS DURING COVID-19

TeachTogether service will send weekly wellbeing text messages to teachers including supportive quotes, advice and links Service launched to support teachers during challenging and changing times A partnership between Chartered College of Teaching and Behavioural Insights Team  Teachers are encouraged… Continue Reading FREE TEXT MESSAGING SERVICE LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT TEACHERS DURING COVID-19

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Chartered College responds to OECD teacher survey

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (23rd March) responded to a new international study by the OECD into teachers’ working conditions and learning environments. The Teaching and Learning International Study (TALIS) includes the following findings: Teachers want more training… Continue Reading Chartered College responds to OECD teacher survey

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COVID-19 and Teaching
We are collating useful information from across the education sector and global public health to support the profession. We will look to keep this updated as information changes. OUR STATEMENT FROM PROFESSOR DAME ALISON PEACOCK, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE CHARTERED… Continue Reading COVID-19 and Teaching
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Next stage launched of CPD Quality Assurance Project

Quality Assurance of Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD QA) aimed at helping teachers and school leaders to choose CPD providers of a high quality Chartered College of Teaching working in partnership with Sheffield Institute of Education and Teacher Development Trust… Continue Reading Next stage launched of CPD Quality Assurance Project

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Chartered College comments on new Teaching Schools research

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on a new report into the impact of teaching schools on a self-improving school-led system. The report ‘Creating Connections: Learning From Successful Teaching Schools’, commissioned by Teaching Schools Council shows that successful teaching… Continue Reading Chartered College comments on new Teaching Schools research

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Chartered College joins project to research professional development and teacher retention

The Chartered College of Teaching is joining a new project, led by Sheffield Institute of Education to research professional development and teacher retention in mid-career teachers. This new research project sets out to better understand the link between continuous professional… Continue Reading Chartered College joins project to research professional development and teacher retention

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