Now more than ever teachers need our support

The pandemic has had a huge effect on children’s learning and wellbeing, as well as on teachers. Despite the huge challenges, teachers have shown great dedication, professionalism and leadership.


Let teachers know that you value them by supporting the Chartered College of Teaching today.

Your support will ensure teachers can access the resources they need to provide high-quality teaching and support for their pupils, regardless of their background or where they are in the country.
You could help teachers:

– Navigate the challenges to deliver excellent teaching
– Share their insights and knowledge with colleagues across the country to benefit pupils
– Support teacher wellbeing and resilience
– Feel celebrated for their work when they are more important than ever


You can follow in the footsteps of your inspiring teacher and make a difference to the lives of others at a time when it is needed the most

“The Chartered College of Teaching champions the voice of teachers, and I’ve never felt more connected to the profession as a member. Through the professional development they offer I have been able to see my future in the profession extend beyond my current role; as a participant on the Chartered Teacher Programme my classroom practice and research-informed approach has been enhanced, and with the launch of a new leadership programme I now have further opportunities to grow as an educator. Now more than ever we need be keep connected as we navigate the complexities of education during Covid-19. As members we are heard, valued, and recognised for the key role we play in education.”

– Dr Steven Berryman, FCCT, Founding Fellow

Our Supporters:

Merchant Taylors’ Company

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

UCL Institute of Education

Nord Anglia Education

Department for Education

Helen Hamlyn Trust

Pears Foundation

Arts Council England

The Mercers Charitable Foundation Trust

Ian Armitage and Joanna Cunningham

Contact the team to find out more about how you can play a part in supporting teachers to deliver the best possible education to benefit children and young people