Elevate your teaching journey with Chartered College of Teaching’s accredited CPD collections

As an educator, your commitment to professional growth and excellence is undoubtedly unwavering. The pursuit of knowledge, the quest for improvement, and the desire to inspire young minds are the cornerstones of your profession. In a landscape where learning never… Continue Reading Elevate your teaching journey with Chartered College of Teaching’s accredited CPD collections

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StickyWhat have we learnt from the party conferences this year?

Given that perhaps the biggest problem in education at the moment is that not enough people want to be teachers, it was surprising that so little was said about it in any of the big speeches at party conferences this… Continue Reading What have we learnt from the party conferences this year?

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Resources for teachers: conflict

We have collated some articles and resources that may be beneficial for teachers in talking to students about conflict and any feelings they have relating to this. External resources: Please note, the Chartered College is not responsible for the content… Continue Reading Resources for teachers: conflict

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Chartered College of Teaching has a new mission statement

The Chartered College of Teaching has a new mission statement: Empowering a knowledgeable and respected teaching profession through membership and accreditation. I’m delighted that it is already at the heart of everything we do. It is hard to believe that… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching has a new mission statement

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StickyEmpowering Teachers for Black History Month: Resources to Enhance Your Curriculum

Black History Month in the UK is a celebration of the rich history, arts, and culture of black people who have contributed significantly to the nation’s story. It serves as a reminder that, while we may be well-versed in White… Continue Reading Empowering Teachers for Black History Month: Resources to Enhance Your Curriculum

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In conversation with Chartered Teacher, Dan Fox

Step into the world of Dan Fox, a Geography Teacher at Oldfield School, whose journey from corporate disillusionment to classroom empowerment is a testament to the transformative power of education. Dan has been teaching for 13 years and achieved Chartered… Continue Reading In conversation with Chartered Teacher, Dan Fox

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Increase your impact as a school leader with the Chartered Teacher (Leadership) pathway

Joanna Goodfellow is a Chartered Teacher and the Deputy Executive Headteacher at Manchester Hospital School. Having spent 20 years as a teacher and then as a Deputy Head and Headteacher in a primary mainstream school, she made the move to… Continue Reading Increase your impact as a school leader with the Chartered Teacher (Leadership) pathway

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Chartered Status: The big picture

We can all remember a teacher who made a difference to us at some point in our educational journey. Sometimes this difference is achieved through what turns out to be a significant gesture or event. It might be the teacher… Continue Reading Chartered Status: The big picture

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Rethinking Curriculum: Q&A

Unleash the power of curriculum Have you ever wondered how to revolutionise education? Rethinking Curriculum is not just an idea; it’s a dynamic project with a bold mission. We invite you to explore the exciting journey ahead as we delve… Continue Reading Rethinking Curriculum: Q&A

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Resources for teachers: natural disasters

We have collated some articles and resources that may be beneficial for teachers in talking to students about recent natural disasters and any feelings they have relating to this. External resources: Please note, the Chartered College is not responsible for… Continue Reading Resources for teachers: natural disasters

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