The Chartered College of Teaching is seeking member approval to change its Bye laws, one of its main governing documents (along with its Royal Charter). The changes will enable the Chartered College to operate more effectively for the benefits of its members.
In this member webinar, Alison Peacock (Chief Executive), Stephen Munday (President), and Paul Barber (Chair of the Constitutional Committee) explained the proposed changes.
- Download the slides
- Download the audio transcript
- Find out more about the proposed changes
- Members can register their interest to attend the EGM
About our presenters:
Professor Dame Alison Peacock
Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching
Prior to becoming CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, Professor Dame Alison Peacock was Executive Headteacher of The Wroxham School in Hertfordshire. Her career to date has spanned primary, secondary and advisory roles. In 2018, she became an Honorary Fellow of Queen’s College, Cambridge, one of the first ever female Fellows admitted. She is also a Visiting Professor of both the University of Hertfordshire and Glyndwr University.
Stephen Munday FCCT
President, Chartered College of Teaching
Stephen is the Chief Executive of The Cam Academy Trust and the Executive Principal of Comberton Village College. In 2009 Stephen was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Anglia Ruskin University for services to education and the community and in 2013 he was awarded a CBE in recognition of his services to education. Stephen works in several advisory capacities with the Department for EducationThe ministerial department responsible for children’s serv... More, including the Teaching Schools’ Council and the Eastern Region Headteachers’ Board and he is a National Leader of Education with the National College for Teaching and Learning as well as being an Associate Head with the SSAT.
Paul Barber FCCT
Chair of Constitutional Committee, Chartered College of Teaching
Paul read law at Jesus College, Cambridge, and was called to the Bar in 1992. He has been engaged with education policy and legislation at national level over the past two decades. Paul was Director of Education for the Diocese of Westminster for over 10 years and has been Director of the Catholic Education Service since 2013.