Join us for an exclusive member webinar with Schools Week to discuss the proposals of the white paper and what it means for the future of the profession.
Professor Dame Alison Peacock CEO, Chartered College of Teaching, will be joined by John Dickens, Editor, Schools Week, about the proposals and what it means for the future of the profession. Is it ambitious enough? Does it focus on the right areas?
We will also be joined by members to discuss the potential impacts and share insights. There will also be the opportunity to share your questions and reflections.
Find out more about the White Paper and the proposals: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/opportunity-for-all-strong-schools-with-great-teachers-for-your-child
Read the Chartered College’s response to the schools white paper: https://chartered.college/2022/03/28/chartered-college-of-teaching-comments-on-schools-white-paper/
John Dickens, Editor of Schools Week, a weekly newspaper that explains, analyses and reports on education policy for school leaders. The newspaper specialises in the world of academies, one of the flagship reforms of the current government, helping to keep readers informed of the latest changes to digging into emerging issues. The newspaper has won several national awards for its agenda-setting investigations. Prior to Schools Week, John started as a journalist at a local paper in Slough.
Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, a Professional Body that seeks to raise teacher status through celebrating, supporting and connecting teachers to provide expert teaching and leadership. Prior to joining the Chartered College, Dame Alison was Executive Headteacher of The Wroxham School in Hertfordshire. Her career to date has spanned Primary, Secondary and advisory roles. She is an Honorary Fellow of Queens College Cambridge and UCL, a Visiting Professor of both the University of Hertfordshire and Glyndŵr University and a trustee for Big Change. Her research is published in a series of books about Learning without Limits offering an alternative approach to inclusive school improvement.
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