Playful Learning and Curriculum

Play has a vital role in helping us live happy and healthy lives. Engaging the imagination in playful learning is crucial in helping us make sense of things, and in fostering the creativity and innovation that are so essential in addressing the complexities of our contemporary world. The experiences of schools and families following Covid-19 […]

Well Schools Research Launch Event

Join Geoff Barton, General Secretary of the Association of Schools and Colleges (ASCL) and a selection of Senior Leaders in Education on Tuesday 21 March 4-5.30pm, as we launch the findings of the Well School research project conducted by the University of Manchester Hear first-hand what is working in education to improve the health and […]

Ethics and Practitioner Research

This is also an opportunity to review your own research as part of a deliberative, ongoing and iterative process and to find the right approach for you. We will be hearing from established researchers and everyone present will have the opportunity to ask questions or share their ideas with the panel. Professor Sarah Parsons will […]

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 Mother of All Pay Gaps … and what we can do about it

The education sector has one of the worst gender pay gaps of all UK industries… and motherhood is one of the most significant contributors to this injustice. In 2021, WomenEd’s Gender Pay Gap report revealed that the gender pay gap widens at every level when teachers and leaders are aged 35-39, the age at which […]

Linking neurodivergence and physical health: Implications for student welfare and attendance

Neurodivergent children and young people’s attendance and attainment is not showing sustained improvement, despite all the current mental, emotional and sensory-related resources and support ‘thrown’ at it. Is there something we’re still missing? Using her varied personal, professional and parental experience, Jane Green MBE reviews the evidence to explain the sometimes misunderstood, ‘issues with our […]

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 […]

Supporting students with Emotionally-Based School Avoidance

We know that our children and young people (CYP) who already have existing mental health issues will have found the experience of transitioning back into school post lockdown particularly stressful and increased levels of anxiety may be observed. However, it is probably also the case that every child may have experienced higher levels of stress […]

The MTPT Project Virtual Book Launch

Join Emma Sheppard, Founder of The MaternityTeacher PaternityTeacher Project, for the MTPT Project’s Virtual Book Launch, A Guide to Teaching, Parenting and Creating Family Friendly Schools. The event will take place on Zoom on Tuesday 10th January, 19:30-20:30 and, as with everything we do, babies, bumps and big kids are so welcome to join us […]

Rosenshine’s Principles: Questioning, with Tom Sherrington

Tom Sherrington is an education consultant and author. He writes the popular blog and his books include The Learning Rainforest and best-seller Rosenshine’s Principles in Action. Most recently he co-authored the Teaching WalkThrus series with Oliver Caviglioli. With 30 years’ experience as a physics and maths teacher and school leader, Tom is in demand […]

Rosenshine’s Principles: Sequencing concepts and Modelling, with Tom Sherrington

Tom Sherrington is an education consultant and author. He writes the popular blog and his books include The Learning Rainforest and best-seller Rosenshine’s Principles in Action. Most recently he co-authored the Teaching WalkThrus series with Oliver Caviglioli. With 30 years’ experience as a physics and maths teacher and school leader, Tom is in demand […]

Rob Webster: Leading without Limits

School culture is pivotal to implementing evidence-based practices, though it is the under-discussed side of putting research into action. This session will look at the role of culture and values in making sure ‘what works’ works, and why creating the right environment is essential to allowing new ways of doing things to flourish and ultimately […]

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; […]

Wellbeing of ethnic minority teachers, a roundtable discussion with Education Support

The Chartered College of Teaching and Education Support are delighted to announce a roundtable discussion with Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Sinéad Mc Brearty, Youlande Harrowell, Shonagh Reid, Nick Bailey and Rhia Gibbs . Join us to hear from Education Support about their latest research into the wellbeing of ethnic minority teachers. We will be […]

Leading equitable schools: success stories from female leaders #IWD2023 #EmbraceEquity

The Chartered College of Teaching and WomenEd are collaborating to celebrate International Women’s Day, 2023. Join us as we bring together women who are leaders in the field of education to hear their stories of inclusion, leadership, and equity. Join us for an inspiring evening of storytelling, celebration, and revelation. #EmbraceEquity #IWD2023 Contributors include: Vivienne […]

Self Harm – 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 […]

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: RE curriculum and assessment

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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 […]