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Amy Gaunt (Voice 21) will share her insights on the importance of oracy, highlighting some dialogic teaching strategies particularly for those in rural or small school settings. This webinar is offered in conjunction with the Rural Teaching Partnership.
Join us for this live stream, in conversation with Thahmina Begum (Executive Headteacher) and Yamina Bibi (Assistant Headteacher).
Engaging children in their own learning supports the acquisition of lifelong skills, including their motivation and self-regulation. We will touch on some of the barriers and enablers of building engagement and self-regulation, in the early years, through Key Stage 1, and into Key Stage 2
Hear from Department for Education and share your questions and reflections on the SEND review.
David Trickey and Professor Barry Carpenter discuss ‘Trauma’ exploring children’s responses to traumatic events and why schools make perfect therapeutic environments to support young people who have experienced trauma.
In this joint Chartered College of Teaching and NALDIC webinar, Prof Joanna McIntyre and Amy Ashlee, RefugeeEdUK, will explore how refugee and asylum-seeking children can best be supported in schools.
Following the launch of the Chartered College’s Early Childhood Hub, we will be joined by early years experts to discuss the potential impact of professional learning on early years education and development.
This school visit will give you the chance to see three Primary schools. The aim is to showcase the curriculum in a small school with mixed aged classes and how they have made it work.
Second in a series of seminars, hosted by the Chartered College of Teaching, that will inspire and enable new thinking about the benefits and viability of developing research-informed and research-generating practices.
Anxiety can become problematic when it is out of proportion to the threat in the environment, causes distress and interferes with children and young people’s everyday lives. This webinar brings together teachers from a range of settings to consider how they are supporting pupils in the school to understand anxiety.
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.
This event is bringing together BAME trailblazers, visionaries and leaders who will share their incredible career journeys, experiences and advice. There will be keynote speakers, a panel, a range of workshops and opportunities to connect with fellow BAME educators.
Reflection on the overwhelming challenges facing the next generation; rising inequality, proliferation of misinformation and conspiracy theories, the impending climate crisis, and how the Citizenship curriculum can support transformational outcomes to ensure young people are equipped with the knowledge and skills to shape their communities for good and teachers are prepared to empower them to do so.
Chartered College of Teaching are delighted to have partnered with ACAMH to present a FREE online training series, ‘Pedagogy in practice’, exclusively for teachers and school leaders.
A two day event on equity in education hosted by Institute for Educational & Social Equity in association with London South Bank University.
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