StickyHow an understanding of professionalism underpins our response to Ofsted’s Big Listen

Ofsted inspections need to change. Earlier this year, almost all of more than 2,000 members who responded to our poll agreed, with 83% wanting inspections paused, and 15% suggesting inspection should continue while reforms take place. Even some of those… Continue Reading How an understanding of professionalism underpins our response to Ofsted’s Big Listen

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Rethinking Curriculum presents: Riverhead Infants School

We caught up with Riverhead Infants School leadership team to learn more about what inspired them to join the pilot year of the Rethinking Curriculum project funding by the Helen Hamlyn Trust and what their vision for the future of… Continue Reading Rethinking Curriculum presents: Riverhead Infants School

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Resources for teachers: conflict

We have collated some articles and resources that may be beneficial for teachers in talking to students about conflict and any feelings they have relating to this. External resources: Please note, the Chartered College is not responsible for the content… Continue Reading Resources for teachers: conflict

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Increase your impact as a school leader with the Chartered Teacher (Leadership) pathway

Joanna Goodfellow is a Chartered Teacher and 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, she made the move to… Continue Reading Increase your impact as a school leader with the Chartered Teacher (Leadership) pathway

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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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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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Supporting Teacher Wellbeing Through Coaching Supervision

Rebecca Daniel FCCT & Sarah Bramall Co-Founders of The Coaching Catalysts ICF Coaches, Coach Trainers and Coach Supervisors Sarah Bramall and Rebecca Daniel co-founded ‘The Coaching Catalysts to empower coaches and professionals to reach their full potential. As qualified and… Continue Reading Supporting Teacher Wellbeing Through Coaching Supervision

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Chartered College of Teaching statement on high-stakes accountability

The tragic loss of Ruth Perry, a dedicated and respected school leader, has hit the teaching community hard, and our staff and members are no exception to this. Many teachers, school leaders and other education professionals have been deeply and… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching statement on high-stakes accountability

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