#ECSeries – Secondary Geography: Embedding fieldwork in practice

#ECSeries – Secondary Geography: Embedding fieldwork in practice The Chartered College of Teaching is delighted to have partnered with the Geographical Association to present an online webinar for Secondary colleagues.  This webinar is part of the #ECSeries, exclusively for teachers and subject leads. This webinar is part of the #ECSeries and will focus on five […]

Eating Disorders – Pedagogy in practice

The Chartered College of Teaching is delighted to have partnered with ACAMH to present a FREE online training series, ‘Pedagogy in practice’, exclusively for teachers and school leaders. This series focuses on pedagogical approaches and practical strategies that can be used to support a range of aspects of pupil mental health in school.  It gives attendees […]

Unlocking Research: Inspiring Primary Curriculum Design

This is the third in the series of seminars, hosted by the Chartered College of Teaching, which will inspire and enable new thinking about the benefits and viability of developing research-informed and research-generating practices. Inspired by the innovative series of books ‘Unlocking Research’ (editors, Dr James Biddulph and Mrs Julia Flutter, Routledge) each seminar will […]

#ECSeries: Learning without Limits with Prof Dame Alison Peacock

As part of the #ECSeries, Professor Dame Alison Peacock will talk about how we can benefit all children through building a culture of collaboration and shared professional expertise.  She will describe her own research into inclusive learning underpinned by trust and co-agency.  She will illustrate her talk with stories that support truly inclusive practice, enabling […]

Behaviour: What are you permitting? with Sam Strickland

Chartered College of Teaching, Bristol Network event FREE online talk with Sam Strickland, author of ‘The Behaviour Manual: An Educator’s Guidebook’. Hosted by Dr Steve Murray, Lead Practitioner for Data and Research at Orchard School Bristol. Resources Webinar playback and resources: #ECSeries: Managing Behaviour in the Classroom with Amy Forrester Webinar playback: ‘Teach Like a […]

#ECSeries: RE curriculum and assessment

As part of the #ECSeries, we welcome Dawn Cox MCCT, CTeach (Leadership), who will discuss  ‘RE curriculum and assessment”. In this session Dawn will be looking at assessment in RE.  She will look at the challenges with assessing RE and some potential solutions to ensuring that curriculum and assessment align, whilst keeping things manageable for […]

The opportunities and challenges of cognitive science within education

This session will inspire and enable new thinking about the benefits and viability of cognitive science in education, developing research-informed and research-generating practices. We will discuss and explore the nature, advantages, and disadvantages of cognitive science, as well as how scientific knowledge connects to pedagogical expertise. Keynote address by Dr Tom Perry “Cognitive Science and Professional […]

Identifying impactful CPD on a budget

Our Presenters: Kathryn Morgan, Acting Senior Capacity Improvement Advisor, Teaching School Hubs Council David Weston, Chief Executive Officer, Teacher Development Trust Katy Chedzey, Head of Professional Learning and Accreditation, Chartered College of Teaching In this session we will explore some of the considerations for identifying impactful CPD on a budget, and signpost to relevant resources […]

#ECSeries: Why is anti-racist practice important in the early years?

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As part of the #ECSeries, we welcome Liz Pemberton who will discuss  ‘Why is anti-racist practice important in the early years?’ As children are growing and developing it is our job, as early years educators, to help them form a positive sense of themselves and the people in the world around them. If we are […]

Ethnic diversity in the teaching workforce, and why it matters

Education is key for ethnic minority communities in the UK as a gateway for opportunities through which young people acquire skills, knowledge, and experiences. Yet in the U.K, education is highly unequal and the disproportionality in the school teaching workforce in England’s schools have drawn little interest from policymakers and education practitioners. This webinar addresses […]

Ethnic diversity in the teaching workforce, and why it matters

Education is key for ethnic minority communities in the UK as a gateway for opportunities through which young people acquire skills, knowledge, and experiences. Yet in the U.K, education is highly unequal and the disproportionality in the school teaching workforce in England’s schools have drawn little interest from policymakers and education practitioners. This webinar addresses […]

#ECSeries – Primary Geography: Embedding fieldwork in practice

#ECSeries – Primary Geography: Embedding fieldwork in practice The Chartered College of Teaching is delighted to have partnered with the Geographical Association to present an online webinar for Primary colleagues. This webinar is part of the #ECSeries and will focus on five keys areas: 1.  What fieldwork enquiry is (and isn’t) and how it has […]

Unlocking Research: Inspiring Primary Curriculum Design

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This is the third in the series of seminars, hosted by the Chartered College of Teaching, which will inspire and enable new thinking about the benefits and viability of developing research-informed and research-generating practices. Inspired by the innovative series of books ‘Unlocking Research’ (editors, Dr James Biddulph and Mrs Julia Flutter, Routledge) each seminar will […]

Building the future of teaching and education

The Chartered College of Teaching and the Foundation for Education Development hosted a roundtable discussion with Professor Dame Alison Peacock and Carl Ward. Reflecting on two published reports, Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning, which formed part of the The Future of Teaching research reports published by the Chartered College of […]

Froebel Trust Autumn Lecture, presented by the Matsena brothers “Telling stories about radical change and belonging”

This year’s Froebel Trust Autumn Lecture will be presented by the Matsena brothers. ‘Telling stories about radical change and belonging’ Anthony and Kel Matsena were born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and brought up in Swansea. They have become acclaimed choreographers and performers – and set up the award-winning dance company, Matsena Productions. Together Anthony and Kel have […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – DEI Metrics Webinar Series with #DiverseEd

How are you measuring the impact of your DEI strategy? About this event Join us and 3 of our collaborative partners, to find out more about their tools to help you measure DEI in your school/ trust. On Fri 21st October 12.00-1.00pm we will be joined by the Edurio team On Mon 7th November 12.00-1.00pm we will […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – DEI Metrics Webinar Series with #DiverseEd

How are you measuring the impact of your DEI strategy? About this event Join us and one of our collaborative partners, to find out more about their tools to help you measure DEI in your school/ trust. On Mon 7th November 12.00-1.00pm we will be joined by The GEC team On Thu 24th November 12.00-1.00pm we will […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – DEI Metrics Webinar Series with #DiverseEd

How are you measuring the impact of your DEI strategy? About this event Join us and 3 of our collaborative partners, to find out more about their tools to help you measure DEI in your school/ trust. On Fri 21st October 12.00-1.00pm we will be joined by the Edurio team On Mon 7th November 12.00-1.00pm we will […]

#ECSeries: Learning without Limits with Prof Dame Alison Peacock

As part of the #ECSeries, Professor Dame Alison Peacock will talk about how we can benefit all children through building a culture of collaboration and shared professional expertise.  She will describe her own research into inclusive learning underpinned by trust and co-agency.  She will illustrate her talk with stories that support truly inclusive practice, enabling […]

CAER Ask the Experts webinar: School-based Physical Activity

Greater than 70% of all children in westernised high-income countries fail to achieve the recommended threshold of 60 min of daily physical activity. As a consequence, many children suffer from the detrimental impacts of poor physical, social and emotional health which, in turn, negatively impact their educational outcomes. To address this issue, schools are recommended […]