Media

The Chartered College of Teaching has received coverage across a range of national publications.
A selection of articles about us are listed below. Media enquiries can be directed to kcrabb@chartered.college.

 

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Keighley News – 26th July 2017
Keighley school helping to improve provision for students with special educational needs
Holy Family Catholic School is to be the lead school for the Chartered College of Teaching’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator network in Bradford district

SecEd – 29 March 2017
The Chartered College of Teaching: our vision and plans
Dame Alison Peacock, chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, explains the plans for the organisation and how it will support teachers and spread best practice

gov.uk – 16 February 2017
‘Teachers are the great drivers of social mobility’
Education Secretary Justine Greening addresses the Chartered College of Teaching’s inaugural conference with her vision for the profession

Schools Week - 13 February 2017
Pathway to chartered teacher status will open in 2018
The Chartered College of Teaching has said it will open a programme for chartered teacher status, but critics question how “proven expertise” will be measured

NAHT Edge
What does the Chartered College of Teaching stand for?
Dame Alison Peacock, chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, shares her vision for the emerging professional association

Ramblings of a Teacher – 20 January 2017
On joining the Chartered College of Teaching
Deputy headteacher, Michael Tidd, explains why he joined the College, and what he wants from the organisation

STEM Learning - 20 January 2017
The Chartered College of Teaching opens
The Chartered College, which aims to create world-class professional scholarship routes, is now inviting UK teachers to join the organisation

NATRE
The Chartered College of Teaching has launched
The new professional association for teachers has opened its doors with a discount for NATRE members

NALDIC
The Chartered College of Teaching opens membership
The new professional association, which aims to raise the status of the teaching profession, is open for business. NALDIC members can enjoy discounts

TES – 18 January 2017
The Chartered College of Teaching opens
After being first proposed in 2012, the Chartered College of Teaching has opened to members

Leading Learner – 18 January 2017
Chartered College of Teachers – sign me up
Stephen Tierney, chief executive of the Blessed Edward Bamber Catholic Multi-Academy Trust, explains the vision for the Chartered College and expresses his support

The Optimus blog – 15 September 2016
The College of Teaching is an ‘irresistible offer’
Elizabeth Holmes from Optimus Education interviews Dame Alison Peacock, chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, about her plans for the organisation

Teachwire – 13 September 2016
‘I know I’m not going to please everybody, but I’m going to give it a go’
As the newly-appointed chief executive Dame Alison Peacock explains her vision for the Chartered College of Teaching

Teacher Toolkit – 30 August 2016
College of Teaching
Ross Morrison McGill, director of Teacher Toolkit, expresses his views about the Chartered College of Teaching

Schools Week – 26 August 2016
Dame Alison Peacock appointed chief executive
Professor Dame Alison Peacock, executive headteacher of The Wroxham School, has been appointed as the first chief executive of the Chartered College of Teaching