StickyAnnual General Meeting 2022

On Saturday 26th November, we were joined by members and guests for our fifth Annual General Meeting to reflect on the past year and to celebrate our achievements. We thanked outgoing Council Members Stephen Munday FCCT, Sue Jackson FCCT, CTeach,… Continue Reading Annual General Meeting 2022

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Teaching body aims to become the professional home for those who support teachers and learning in the classroom

• The Chartered College of Teaching is launching a new Associate Membership for Teaching Assistants (TAs) • Membership will offer professional development and online short-courses, and opportunities to shape the profession • With school budgets declining, Teaching Assistant roles are… Continue Reading Teaching body aims to become the professional home for those who support teachers and learning in the classroom

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A message from the CEO

On behalf of the Chartered College of Teaching I want to express our profound thanks to Her Majesty, The Queen, Elizabeth II and The Royal Family for their support over the years. We join with the teaching profession in sending… Continue Reading A message from the CEO

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Dame Alison Peacock celebrates the 2022 Chartered Status graduates

. Chartered Status is the culmination of a great deal of hard work, but it is not the end of the journey. It is the beginning of the next stage. To work together in the spirit of collegiality to strengthen teaching and learning.  Continue Reading Dame Alison Peacock celebrates the 2022 Chartered Status graduates

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Schools White Paper

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented following the publication of the Schools White Paper. The paper sets out the following amongst its plans for teaching and learning: *Schools will offer a minimum school week of 32.5 hours by September… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Schools White Paper

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Dame Alison Peacock calls for “teachers to be the ones to shape the future of teaching”

During her speech at the Chartered College’s AGM, CEO Dame Alison Peacock said that the expertise and insights of teachers should drive areas such as “how we avoid a repeat of the farce of this summer’s exam results, how we… Continue Reading Dame Alison Peacock calls for “teachers to be the ones to shape the future of teaching”

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Autumn term guidance

Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching has today (2nd July) commented on the Department for Education publishing new Autumn term guidance for schools to bring all pupils back. “Our teachers have shown great professionalism… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Autumn term guidance

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Government’s COVID education catch-up plan

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (19th June) responded to the Government’s COVID catch-up plan to tackle the impact of lost teaching time. The Chartered College of Teaching also provided guidance to the EEF on the creation of their guide… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Government’s COVID education catch-up plan

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Chartered College of Teaching letter to the Prime Minister

The Chartered College of Teaching has written to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Education setting out five areas relating to reopening that still need to be addressed by the Government. Detail on the specific scientific evidence-base for… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching letter to the Prime Minister

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on DfE schools meeting

Following today’s meeting between the Government’s scientific advisers, DfE and sector leaders, Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching has made the following comment: At The Chartered College of Teaching, we are pleased to have had the opportunity… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on DfE schools meeting

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