Certificate in Evidence-Informed Practice Q&A with Joanna Goodfellow

Introduction My name is Joanna Goodfellow and I am the Deputy Executive Headteacher at Manchester Hospital School. Having spent 20 years as a teacher and then as a Deputy Head and Headteacher in a primary mainstream school, I made the… Continue Reading Certificate in Evidence-Informed Practice Q&A with Joanna Goodfellow

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Top five things to do before the new term starts

With the new school term quickly approaching, here are a few things you can do to prepare and ease yourself back into the classroom. 1. Make sure your details are up to date Login to MyCollege to check your contact… Continue Reading Top five things to do before the new term starts

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Chartered College of Teaching responds to calls for teacher revalidation in new education report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (15th June) responded to recommendations included in The Times Education Commission’s final report. In ‘Bringing Out The Best’, the report sets out a series of suggestions to transform education including: The status of… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching responds to calls for teacher revalidation in new education report

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on cost of right to high-quality training

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on a new report by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) looking at the cost of giving teachers a right to high-quality training. The report finds that giving teachers an entitlement to quality training… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on cost of right to high-quality training

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on impact of CPD report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (28th April) commented on the publication of Education Policy Institute’s new report on the effects of high-quality professional development on teachers and students. The report highlights the boost to pupil attainment and earnings… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on impact of CPD report

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Quality assurance of teachers’ CPD: could it work?
With the Chartered College of Teaching publishing a report into the quality assurance of teachers' CPD, Katy Chedzey -  Head of Teaching, Learning & Assessment - reflects on the findings. We know that teacher quality really matters. If we want… Continue Reading Quality assurance of teachers’ CPD: could it work?
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NEW REPORT SETS OUT BLUEPRINT FOR ASSURING QUALITY CPD
- Quality Assurance of Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD QA) report outlines a blueprint for a system that will help teachers and school leaders to choose high-quality CPD - Chartered College of Teaching worked in partnership with Sheffield Institute of… Continue Reading NEW REPORT SETS OUT BLUEPRINT FOR ASSURING QUALITY CPD
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Chartered College joins project to research professional development and teacher retention

The Chartered College of Teaching is joining a new project, led by Sheffield Institute of Education to research professional development and teacher retention in mid-career teachers. This new research project sets out to better understand the link between continuous professional… Continue Reading Chartered College joins project to research professional development and teacher retention

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Chartered College comments on CPD report

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (19 February) commented on a new report by Education Policy Institute into the effects of high-quality CPD. The report, commissioned by Wellcome, finds that CPD for teachers has a greater impact on pupil… Continue Reading Chartered College comments on CPD report

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