Chartered College of Teaching contributes to report on need for greater mental health training for teachers

The Chartered College of Teaching has contributed to a new report looking at mental health training available to teachers and leaders. ‘Teachers: The forgotten health workforce’ finds that schools and teachers, who have not received adequate training, are buckling under… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching contributes to report on need for greater mental health training for teachers

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Resources and insights for teachers on the invasion of Ukraine

The Chartered College of Teaching is collating articles and resources that may be beneficial to teachers in talking to students about the invasion of Ukraine and the coverage of the war. This page will be updated as other resources become… Continue Reading Resources and insights for teachers on the invasion of Ukraine

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Chartered College comments on poll of teacher concerns

A new survey of teachers published today (25th February) has highlighted some of the key issues that would make teachers consider leaving the profession. The Tes story highlights that aside from working hours, pay and conditions, over a third of… Continue Reading Chartered College comments on poll of teacher concerns

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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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The Future of Teaching – Jon Severs

As part of the Chartered College of Teaching’s ‘Future of teaching’ work, Jon Severs – editor of Tes – shares his insights on the future and updates on the changes at the publication. Firstly, can you tell us about the… Continue Reading The Future of Teaching – Jon Severs

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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 comments on Tes Wellbeing Report

A new Wellbeing Report has today (25th January) been published by Tes which collates reflections from school staff about their working lives and wellbeing. The report “paints a picture of a profession reeling from the shock of the pandemic. Schools’… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Tes Wellbeing Report

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Teacher Wellbeing Index

The Chartered College of Teaching has today (25th November) commented on Education Support’s 2021 Teacher Wellbeing Index. The annual report by charity Education Support in conjunction with YouGov, found that teachers’ mental health is getting worse – not better –… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Teacher Wellbeing Index

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new mental health support

Following the government’s announcement of £17 million in mental health funding for schools and colleges, Dame Alison Peacock has commented: “Even before the pandemic, teachers were telling us about the increasing role they were being asked to play in supporting… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new mental health support

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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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