More than 27,500 teachers who trained between 2011 and 2015 had already left the job by 2015 (The Guardian).

We’re supporting teachers to work with the latest evidence and research with our termly journal Impact and access to the world's largest collection of education journals.

Our vision

Teachers are working in the most effective, informed way to provide the best possible education for children and young people now, and in the future.

Our mission

We will improve the quality of education for children and young people by supporting teachers, championing great teaching and raising the status of the profession. To achieve this, we will:

 Connect
• Be the connection to the wider profession
• Be the voice of the profession

Inform
• Be the conduit to a more evidence-informed profession
• Provide access to professional knowledge and intellectual challenge

Inspire
• Focus on teaching and learning
• Offer accreditation and pathways

Steven Berryman
Founding Fellow

“I joined the Chartered College of Teaching because I wanted to be part of the conversations that will create the profession we want for teachers and learners."

Lisa Pettifer
Member

"I joined the Chartered College of Teaching because I wanted to take control of my professional development as I look ahead to my future in teaching."

The total number of entrants into teaching was 43,830 in 2016 a 3% decline from 2015 (The Guardian).

Our members shape our work and are the driving force changing the profession for the better.