StickyPriorities for government

I was delighted to congratulate Bridget Phillipson as she takes on the vitally important role of leading the education brief as Secretary of State under the new Labour Government. It is clear that she is ready to face the challenges… Continue Reading Priorities for government

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General Election 2024: questions for your local candidate

1 The Chartered College of Teaching believes that improving education is key to achieving success in many other policy areas. I want my MP to make education their priority. What will your party’s policies mean for our local schools and… Continue Reading General Election 2024: questions for your local candidate

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StickyProfessor Dame Alison Peacock on Ofsted: Beyond Ofsted and IPPR

Time and again, teachers tell me that they want to be able to work together to build the best education for children and young people, and are frustrated by top-down and restrictive systems. Evidence suggests that teachers who feel a… Continue Reading Professor Dame Alison Peacock on Ofsted: Beyond Ofsted and IPPR

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StickyChartered College of Teaching 2023 Annual General Meeting and graduation ceremony

On Saturday 11th November, we were joined by members and guests for our sixth Annual General Meeting at Maria Fidelis Catholic School FCJ to recognise our achievements over the past year, to celebrate our new cohort of inspiring Chartered Teachers… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching 2023 Annual General Meeting and graduation ceremony

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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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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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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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Statement from Dame Alison Peacock on RAAC

As many schools are forced to find emergency accommodation for the beginning of term due to identified issues with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC), Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, said: “Everybody should feel safe in school.… Continue Reading Statement from Dame Alison Peacock on RAAC

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Chartered College of Teaching and SSAT launch new CPD partnership to improve formative assessment

A new partnership between the Chartered College of Teaching and SSAT will support teachers to embed formative assessment practices in their classrooms. SSAT’s flagship CPD programme, Embedding Formative Assessment (EFA), was originally developed by Professor Dylan Wiliam. It is a… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching and SSAT launch new CPD partnership to improve formative assessment

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Chartered College of Teaching comment on Ofsted proposals

Commenting on changes to Ofsted’s school inspections announced today, Dame Alison Peacock said: While the proposed changes are welcome, we would question whether they go far enough. As we outlined in our statement on high stakes inspection earlier this year,… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comment on Ofsted proposals

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