The policy landscape and teachers

Sam Freedman writes for the Chartered College of Teaching on the current policy landscape for teaching, what’s on the horizon and the issues being looked at by Government No one wants to talk about Covid-19 anymore. It was such a… Continue Reading The policy landscape and teachers

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Reflections two years on and the ‘new normal’

As part of our Future of Teaching series, Chartered College members and individuals across the profession have been sharing their insights with us. Alan Garnett – Headteacher at North Primary School and Nursery – shares his reflections of the pandemic… Continue Reading Reflections two years on and the ‘new normal’

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Schools as congregations of compassion: Rebuilding children’s mental wellbeing  

Barry Carpenter CBE, Professor of Mental Health in Education, Oxford Brookes University. As I reflect on the impact of Children’s Mental Health Week 2022, I am struck by the power of the week’s key messages. From the Children’s Commissioner reporting… Continue Reading Schools as congregations of compassion: Rebuilding children’s mental wellbeing  

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new disadvantage gap report

A new report by Education Policy Institute published today (10th February) has revealed a “decade of failure” to improve outcomes of GCSE pupils in poverty, while the disadvantage gap has widened for college and sixth form students. Researchers warn that… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new disadvantage gap report

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Why teacher wellbeing must be central in recovery planning

Dr Lisa-Maria Müller – Education Research Manager Since the start of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, teachers have worked tirelessly to help students access online learning, organised food parcels for their students, dealt with escalating safeguarding issues because of lockdown, assured… Continue Reading Why teacher wellbeing must be central in recovery planning

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Chartered College of Teaching publishes final ‘Education in times of crisis’ report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (5th November) published ‘Effective approaches to distance learning: Sharing teachers’ expertise and experience’, the final in its Education in Times of Crisis series of reports. For this final report, the Chartered College has… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching publishes final ‘Education in times of crisis’ report

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New report closes the gap around effective distance learning strategies for children with SEND

New report, published by the Chartered College of Teaching, identifies the most effective teaching methods to support children with SEND and others. A new report, published today by the Chartered College of Teaching, has identified some of the most effective… Continue Reading New report closes the gap around effective distance learning strategies for children with SEND

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on 8th March school return

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the decision by the Government that all pupils in all year groups will be able to return to school on Monday 8th March. Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College, said:… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on 8th March school return

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80% OF TEACHERS SEE PUPIL NUMBERS ‘GREATLY INCREASED’ COMPARED TO FIRST LOCKDOWN

Chartered College of Teaching members polled following the first week of term Under 1% reported a decrease in numbers Dame Alison Peacock highlights “unsustainable and unsafe” situation Eight out ten teachers have said pupil numbers at their school have greatly… Continue Reading 80% OF TEACHERS SEE PUPIL NUMBERS ‘GREATLY INCREASED’ COMPARED TO FIRST LOCKDOWN

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on revised school reopenings

Dame Alison Peacock – Chartered College of Teaching CEO – has commented following today’s (30th December) revised plans regarding the reopening of schools. “Today’s announcement by the Secretary of State missed an important headline which would have gained support across… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on revised school reopenings

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