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Three ways to strengthen school effectiveness with the Chartered College of Teaching

Join us for this webinar where we’ll be shining a spotlight on how schools can utilise Chartered College of Teaching membership to strengthen school effectiveness. 

In this 45 minute session we’ll be joined by school leaders from primary and secondary settings, as well as colleagues from the Chartered College of Teaching who will be sharing case studies and practical advice to demonstrate how schools can:

  • empower staff through meaningful, evidence-informed professional learning
  • embrace research engagement as part of school development
  • use membership and accreditation to provide recognition to individuals, and the whole school community.

As always there will be an opportunity to ask questions and attendees will be invited to share their own experiences.

Jonny Goggs is Head of Partnerships at the Chartered College of Teaching. He also serves as a trustee of a charity providing volunteer-led tuition to pupils from low-income backgrounds, and as a governor of a primary school in West London.

Katy Chedzey is a former Primary teacher and Deputy Head and currently Head of Professional Learning and Accreditation at the Chartered College of Teaching.

Dr Steve Murray is Lead Practitioner for Data and Research at Orchard School Bristol and Trust Leader in Education for Trust in Learning Academies (TiLA). Steve has a MSc and PhD in Climate Science and has taught geography in a number of secondary schools in North Bristol. He also has experience in middle and senior leadership, with both pastoral and pedagogical responsibility. Steve now also supports TiLA in linking educational research to classroom practice, in order to enhance teacher CPD and improve students’ academic progress. Follow Steve on Twitter @EduResearching.

Rachel Tomlinson is Headteacher at Barrowford Primary School in Lancashire.  Rachel is committed to educating the whole child both in terms of academic attainment and social and emotional literacy and wellbeing.  Barrowford has a relationships policy based on a sanction and reward free context for all children, enabling a safe and secure environment for all the community to develop an intrinsic desire to exceed their best, to imbue a passion for learning and to have healthy and respectful relationships. Follow Rachel on Twitter @BarrowfordHead. 

Resources links for video hub page

Download the Chartered College of Teaching Professional Framework: 

Enrol your staff on the Planning your Professional Learning course: 

Enrol on the Education Research and Inquiry Certificate for you or your staff: 

Sign up as a Research Champion: 

Research Champion toolkit on MyCollege (supporting you to champion research engagement in your school):

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