Challenges of Teacher Retention

What are our greatest challenges when it comes to teacher retention? We may all be aware of the high rates of attrition that our sector sees within the first 3-5 years of a teacher’s career, but it is further down the line, with our mid-career teachers, where the most damage is being done. Every year, […]

Challenges of Teacher Retention

What are our greatest challenges when it comes to teacher retention?  We may all be aware of the high rates of attrition that our sector sees within the first 3-5 years of a teacher’s career, but it is further down the line, with our mid-career teachers, where the most damage is being done. Every year, […]

Developing students’ dialogue skills and cultural literacy: Introducing the DIALLS project

DIALLS started as a three-year project funded by the European Commission.  Its goal was to support the development of children’s dialogue skills and cultural literacy, which we define as a ‘dialogic social practice’.  Tolerance, empathy and inclusion were placed at the heart of learning to live together, to be socially responsible and understand how we belong.  The Cultural Literacy […]

Developing students’ dialogue skills and cultural literacy: Introducing the DIALLS project

DIALLS started as a three-year project funded by the European Commission.  Its goal was to support the development of children’s dialogue skills and cultural literacy, which we define as a ‘dialogic social practice’.  Tolerance, empathy and inclusion were placed at the heart of learning to live together, to be socially responsible and understand how we […]

Sleep and Screen Time – Pedagogy in practice

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. Research has shown that high-quality sleep has a positive impact on children’s mental health and their academic achievement, yet adolescents in particular may often not get enough sleep, […]

The Future of Teaching: Schools White Paper

Professor Dame Alison Peacock CEO, Chartered College of Teaching, is joined by John Dickens, Editor, Schools Week, to discuss the proposals of the white paper and what it means for the future of the profession.  Is it ambitious enough?  Does it focus on the right areas? Panel of speakers include James Searjeant FCCT, Dr Maureen […]

Anxiety – Pedagogy in practice

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. Anxiety is a part of life and some anxiety is essential because it helps us to act to protect ourselves and ensure our safety.  However, anxiety can become problematic […]

Unlocking Research: Sculpting New Creativities in Primary Education

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Unlocking Research: Sculpting New Creativities in Primary Education Second in the 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. Inspired by the innovative series of books ‘Unlocking Research’ (series editors Dr James Biddulph and Mrs […]

Self Harm – Pedagogy in practice

This free session is exclusively for teachers and school leaders, and Chartered College of Teaching Members.  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. Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as an […]

Eating Disorders – Pedagogy in Practice

This free session is exclusively for teachers and school leaders, and Chartered College of Teaching Members.  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. Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as an […]

Trauma – Pedagogy in practice

This free Trauma session is exclusively for teachers and school leaders, and Chartered College of Teaching Members.  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. Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as […]

Bullying and Loneliness – 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. Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept. This series gives teachers an incredible opportunity to take part in […]

Why does professional learning matter in the early years sector?

Why does professional learning matter in the early years sector?  Following the launch of the Chartered College’s Early Childhood Hub, we are joined by early years experts to discuss the potential impact of professional learning on early years education and development.  Hear more about the resources available on the Hub to support early years practitioners. […]

Supporting the linguistic and socio-emotional development of refugee and asylum-seeking children in UK schools – #EAL

Supporting the linguistic and socio-emotional development of refugee and asylum-seeking children in UK schools – #EAL In this joint Chartered College of Teaching and NALDIC webinar, Professor Jo McIntyre (University of Nottingham) and Amy Ashlee (Senior Research Officer at Refugee Education UK) share some of the ways that they have been collaborating to support teachers’ […]

Creating an inclusive school climate for refugee students

Across the globe, large-scale conflicts and the fear of persecution force people to flee their homes and take refuge in another country. The recent war in Ukraine, for example, has resulted in the arrival of millions of refugees in neighbouring countries. In all cases, school-age children are among the new arrivals, meaning that host countries […]

Sheffield EAL Mini-Conference: Multilingualism and Learning

Free online Zoom Webinar taking place on Thursday 23 June from 4.30 pm – 6.30 pm. This mini conference focuses on the cognitive, linguistic and social advantages of being a multilingual learner. It showcases international best practice from experts in the field across the phases. Speakers Professor Jim Cummins – Ontario Institute for Studies in […]

The Future of Teaching: SEND review

Professor Dame Alison Peacock CEO, Chartered College of Teaching, will be joined by  Laura Simonson, Policy Lead,  Department for Education to discuss the key proposals in the SEND and Alternative Provision Green Paper, especially those relating to schools and teaching, and invite questions and insights from members as part of the consultation process. Members will […]

Effective talk for learning in the classroom

In this open webinar, Amy Gaunt (Director of Learning and Impact, Voice 21) shares her insights on the importance of oracy, highlighting some dialogic teaching strategies for school leaders, particularly for those in rural or small school settings. This webinar is offered in conjunction with the Rural Teaching Partnership. Participants will leave with: An understanding […]

The ECF and beyond: supporting early career teachers

Join the Chartered College of Teaching for a free webinar, focusing on evidence-informed approaches to developing early career teachers. Join us to connect with colleagues, share your own experiences and expertise, and gain practical takeaways on how best to support the ECTs you work with. We are delighted to be joined by Kat Howard, Director […]