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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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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Four reasons to be cheerful about your child’s teachers this school year

By Yalinie Vigneswaran, Senior Programme Director at Education Development Trust and Cat Scutt, Deputy CEO at the Chartered College of Teaching. The Chartered College of Teaching is teaching’s professional body, empowering a knowledgeable, respected profession. Education Development Trust is a… Continue Reading Four reasons to be cheerful about your child’s teachers this school year

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Results 2023

The attention over these last couple of weeks has been on students receiving their exam results, and rightly so. We should be proud of the way our students have coped: those whose A levels were their first high stakes external… Continue Reading Results 2023

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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 and ImpactED launch new CPD partnership to develop teacher expertise

A new partnership between the Chartered College of Teaching and ImpactEd will support school leaders to develop skills in education research and inquiry, putting evidence-based research in the hands of practitioners. ImpactEd partner schools will be able to gain recognition… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching and ImpactED launch new CPD partnership to develop teacher expertise

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on A-level results day

The Chartered College of Teaching has congratulated students on their achievement following the publication of A-level results. Dame Alison Peacock – CEO of the Chartered College – commented: Students deserve huge congratulations for their hard work in achieving their results… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on A-level results day

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Exams and guidance – Ofqual answer member questions

The Chartered College of Teaching recently polled members on the publication of exam guidance and the impact on the most disadvantaged students. Dr Jo Saxton, Ofqual Chief Regulator, reflects on the poll and shares insights for teachers and leaders ahead… Continue Reading Exams and guidance – Ofqual answer member questions

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on year 11 absence rates

Almost one in ten year 11 pupils nationally are still absent from school according to findings published by Schools Week today (11th March). This comes just two months to go until the start of GCSE exams. Commenting on the figures,… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on year 11 absence rates

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