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Teachers are made, not born

“Great teachers continuously improve over time, benefitting from the mentoring of expert colleagues and a structured introduction to the core body of knowledge, skills and behaviours that define great teaching.” “Teachers are the foundation of the education system – there are no great schools without great teachers. The quality of teaching is the single most […]

Securing your first teaching post

CCoT started its Early Career Week with a session focused on “Securing your first teaching post”. If you missed it you can find the hour-long recording here: https://my.chartered.college/2021/05/ecfest-securing-your-first-teaching-post/You’ll find other sessions from the week on Managing Behaviour, Assessment and Planning in CCoT’s resources area: https://my.chartered.college/category/video-resources/

Early Careers Fest 2021

Trainees, NQTs and RQTs take note from 24th – 28th May, the Chartered College of Teaching is hosting a week long festival online to support Early Career Teachers entering the profession which is free. It aims to: Develop your practice and make yourself a more attractive hire by strengthening your CPD portfolio with high quality webinars led by […]

Chartered College of Teaching exclusive Q&A with the DfE – Early Career Framework

Join the CCoT for a member-exclusive Q&A with Gareth Conyard (Deputy Director) and Frances Blurton (Assistant Director) from the Department for Education, answering your questions on the new Early Career Framework and giving you the opportunity to provide feedback that will help shape plans for the future. Questions can be submitted in advance when registering as well as taken on the day. Bookings Membership

The Early Career Framework reforms – something to get excited about

Jon Hutchinson is Assistant Headteacher at Reach Academy Feltham and was involved in the development of the Early Career Framework. In his recent blog on teaching.blog.gov.uk, he writes about how changes to statutory induction will help new teachers starting this September. Read the full blog here