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Rethinking Curriculum – Climate Education and Sustainability in primary schools

Climate education and sustainability is the big topic in education at the moment but  how do you ensure meaningful impact in your school and avoid the known areas of concern?  We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss climate education and sustainability curriculum, with an opportunity for discussion and questions […]

Rethinking Coaching and Collaboration

In this webinar jointly hosted by the Chartered College and Evidence Based Education, Professor Rob Coe will be taking a closer look at approaches to coaching and collaboration. We will also hear perspectives from serving teachers and school leaders, and introduce new developments for teachers working with both organisations, including a route to achieving Chartered […]

The value of cultural spaces to support teachers’ professional development

This webinar will discuss the value of visiting museums, galleries and cultural spaces for teachers’ wellbeing and professional development. It has been created in partnership with the national charity for art, Art Fund and the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT).   The webinar will explore how cultural spaces boost teachers’ wellbeing, with research from the […]

Towards Performance Equity: A Blueprint for Effective School PD

In this webinar jointly hosted by the Chartered College and Steplab, Cat Scutt, Josh Goodrich, and Jon Gilbert will be taking a closer look at approaches to effective professional development as a driver for school improvement. They will also introduce new developments for teachers working with the Steplab platform, including a route to achieving Chartered […]

Chartered College of Teaching: Annual General Meeting and Graduation Ceremony

All members are invited to the Chartered College of Teaching’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Graduation Ceremony, taking place on Saturday 11th November 2023 (13:15 to 16:30). This listing and registration link is only for members wishing to book to attend the AGM. If you are a Graduand then please register via this page. You […]

Cultural Education Plan: Listening Exercise

Government’s commitment to developing a Cultural Education Plan was set out in the Schools White Paper in March 2022: Opportunity for all – Strong schools with great teachers for your child. All state-funded schools are required to teach a broad and balanced curriculum, and this includes promoting pupils’ cultural development and which prepares pupils for […]

Effective evaluation in schools and what this looks like in practice

About the session This free webinar brings together experts from ImpactED to celebrate our partnership and to look at effective evaluation in schools and what this looks like in practice. Panellists include: Lucy Preston, Head of School Delivery & Engagement, ImpactEd – Lucy has worked in the education sector over the last 10 years. She […]

Cognitive Science: Research priorities launch event

Should I be using retrieval practice in every lesson? How can I combine cognitive science strategies with other teaching approaches? How can I implement cognitive science teaching strategies at the micro (lesson) and macro (curriculum) level? These are some of the questions teachers have submitted as part of our research priority setting activity. During this […]

Rethinking the curriculum – Making your curriculum choices ambitious

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This webinar series launches an extensive project for the Chartered College, Rethinking Curriculum. The project aims to support and equip teachers and school leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify, plan and implement curriculum development work in a sustainable, context specific and impactful approach. This will mean that all pupils will have access to an […]

Rethinking the curriculum – Finding the balance of a knowledge led curriculum

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This webinar series launches an extensive project for the Chartered College, Rethinking Curriculum. The project aims to support and equip teachers and school leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify, plan and implement curriculum development work in a sustainable, context specific and impactful approach. This will mean that all pupils will have access to an […]

Rethinking the curriculum – Teaching for creativity and creative thinking

Logo for Rethinking Curriculum project

This webinar series launches an extensive project for the Chartered College, Rethinking Curriculum. The project aims to support and equip teachers and school leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify, plan and implement curriculum development work in a sustainable, context specific and impactful approach. This will mean that all pupils will have access to an […]

‘The role of research in improving education’ – The Chartered College of Teaching’s Inaugural Annual Lecture with Dylan Wiliam

The Chartered College of Teaching is delighted to announce our inaugural annual lecture will be given by Dylan Wiliam, who will address attendees on ‘The role of research in improving education’. As an internationally renowned expert in education research, evidence-informed practice, educational assessment and teaching and learning, we know that this will be a thought-provoking […]

Mentor development in a rapidly changing world: how can we invest in mentoring today, to most effectively support the teachers of tomorrow?

The Chartered College of Teaching and the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT) are partnering to raise awareness of, advocate, and promote their sector-leading mentor development initiatives. The collaboration sees the Chartered College provide formal recognition of NASBTT’s Mentor Development Modules for Initial Teacher Training (ITT) providers, as meeting the high standards set by […]

Finding a job – top tips on securing the right teaching job for you

This webinar is designed to support ECTs in finding a job. Event attendees will have access not just to the event itself but to supporting materials and signposted resources to help them find a job. This webinar showcases the Department for Education’s Teaching Vacancies service, demonstrating how ECTs can make the most of it to […]

Developing teaching through instructional coaching

In this webinar jointly hosted by the Chartered College and Steplab, Cat Scutt and Josh Goodrich will be taking a closer look at instructional coaching and how school leaders can harness it as a powerful tool for teacher – and school – development. They will consider some common challenges around implementation of instructional coaching and […]

Taking an evidence-informed approach to school improvement

We’re delighted to welcome Mary Myatt to this session focused on taking an evidence-informed approach to school improvement. Mary will consider school improvement through the lens of impact. She will argue that many school processes hinder rather than support outcomes for pupils. She will suggest that the 80:20 rule, a culture of improve, not prove […]

Chartered Teacher Mentor – all you need to know

About this session An information session designed to tell you everything you need to know about our brand new Chartered Teacher Mentor Pathway, including: What is required to achieve Chartered Teacher (Mentor) Status How Chartered Status can support professional learning as part of a professional learning pathway, supporting the development of mentoring expertise How Chartered […]

The Future of Digital Technology in Education

The Chartered College of Teaching is delighted to be working in partnership with the Worshipful Company of Educators to explore what using digital technology to support learning could be like in 2023 and beyond. About the session This blended ‘in-person’ and webinar event brings together experts to present the research and practice of PedTech. Please […]

Moving from Performance Management to Performance Development, with Chris Moyse

Keynote by Chris Moyse “Improve Not Prove”.  Chris will present a compelling argument for the removal of performance management and a case for an alternative that focuses on an individual’s professional growth yet is aligned with organisational priorities. He will describe a culture and process that focuses on the process of getting better and improving; […]