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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Chartered College of Teaching comments on publication of JCQ assessment guidance

The Chartered College of Teaching, the professional body for teachers, has commented on the publication of guidance by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) for awarding GCSE and A-Level grades. This follows exams being cancelled in 2021. “It has been… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on publication of JCQ assessment guidance

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Government assessment decision

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the Government’s plans for assessment being announced. The Chartered College submitted member views as part of the Ofqual consultation which included concerns around the fairness of proposals, additional workload asks and potential… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Government assessment decision

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New report closes the gap around effective distance learning strategies for children with SEND

New report, published by the Chartered College of Teaching, identifies the most effective teaching methods to support children with SEND and others. A new report, published today by the Chartered College of Teaching, has identified some of the most effective… Continue Reading New report closes the gap around effective distance learning strategies for children with SEND

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on 8th March school return

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the decision by the Government that all pupils in all year groups will be able to return to school on Monday 8th March. Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College, said:… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on 8th March school return

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TEACHERS SPLIT ON OFQUAL PROPOSALS AND CITE FAIRNESS, WORKLOAD AND BLAME AS KEY CONCERNS

Chartered College of Teaching member poll finds 41% agree with consultation proposals, while 41% disagree Members raise concerns around the fairness of proposals, additional workload asks and potential blame from media, government and parents Teachers are split on Ofqual’s proposed… Continue Reading TEACHERS SPLIT ON OFQUAL PROPOSALS AND CITE FAIRNESS, WORKLOAD AND BLAME AS KEY CONCERNS

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80% OF TEACHERS SEE PUPIL NUMBERS ‘GREATLY INCREASED’ COMPARED TO FIRST LOCKDOWN

Chartered College of Teaching members polled following the first week of term Under 1% reported a decrease in numbers Dame Alison Peacock highlights “unsustainable and unsafe” situation Eight out ten teachers have said pupil numbers at their school have greatly… Continue Reading 80% OF TEACHERS SEE PUPIL NUMBERS ‘GREATLY INCREASED’ COMPARED TO FIRST LOCKDOWN

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