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A vision for recovery – Sir Kevan Collins, Education Recovery Commissioner

Hear Sir Kevan Collins’ (Education Recovery Commissioner) vision for the decade ahead as we begin to reconnect and rebuild following the pandemic. The Chartered College of Teaching is hosting a free webinar on Thursday 22nd April, 4:00 pm Sir Kevan Collins has been appointed as the government’s Education Recovery Commissioner, to oversee a comprehensive programme of recovery. […]

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

Mentor Research Community

CTSN SCITT is committed to ensuring training at every level is linked to the latest educational research, and our mentor development programme is no exception to this. As part of this programme we host termly Mentor Research Community events. We are excited that Tom Sherrington will lead our spring event on Monday 12th April. He […]

HAVE YOUR SAY!

Foundation for Education Development launches 100,000 Voices Questionnaire The Foundation for Education Development (FED) has released its ‘100,000 Voices Questionnaire’ as it works towards the publication of the National Consultation Report on the 26th April . The questionnaire aims to capture at least 100,000 voices across the education system, including: children, young people, parents, carers, teachers, lecturers, support staff, […]

Chartered College of Teaching and CTSN

The Cam Academy Trust, CEO Stephen Munday FCCT, talks about how the great ways Chartered College of Teaching membership supports the professionalism and ongoing development of staff, with many engaging in Chartered Teacher and Chartered Teacher Leader programmes. CTSN SCITT has close ties with the Chartered College. Stephen Munday being the our Accounting Office and […]

Teaching and parenting – The two most important jobs in the world

Early this week NowTeach spoke to Dr Emma Kell who has over 20 years’ experience as a teacher and leader in UK secondary schools and is currently qualifying as a Performance Coach (with NLP). She speaks regularly on wellbeing and parenthood and writes for a variety of publications including TES and BBC Teach. She has […]

Maths Scholarships?

The Maths Teacher Training Scholarship scheme is running another Maths Scholarship live #webinar on Monday 19th April 2021 at 12.30pm. Find out why you should apply and get tips from its Scholarship Team! To register, email scholarships@ima.org.uk by 9am on 16/04/2021. Current maths teachers will find resources and links to webinars: http://teachingmathsscholars.org/events

Chartered College: Exclusive Q&A with the DfE

Early Career Framework A Chartered College of Teacher’s 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 […]

Author of Tomorrow

SLA writing competition now open For short adventure stories by young writers. Part of the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize, the Author of Tomorrow is an annual competition designed to find the adventure writers of the future.  Free to enter, the competition is open to young people and children age 21 and under across the world who have completed […]