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Trainee teachers have really gone above and beyond this year

In its latest Teaching blog the DfE says: Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, this year’s trainee teachers have developed an impressive skillset. From supporting the teaching of classes or bubbles to delivering remote education – they’ve shown creativity, versatility and resilience. Trainees from Teach North talk about their experiences of blended learning, the […]

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/

The Chartered College wants your views

Take part in its survey on distance learning. For its next report, the Chartered College of Teaching wants to highlight the challenges teachers faced during distance learning, showcase the innovative practice that has emerged and look to the future. Further details can be found here. Take part. The survey will be open until the 24th of […]

Research review series: science

Take a look at Ofsted’s science research review which explores a range of research and evidence to identify factors that can influence the quality of science education in schools in England. Read the full report published 29 April 2021 here Based on its report findings, high-quality science education may have the following features The curriculum […]

Teacher job interviews: How to overcome your nerves

Nerves can get the better of the most brilliant candidates, says Mark Roberts in his TES article What can you do to make sure that, this time, your nerves don’t ruin your dream role? 1.  Practise key transition points From a recruiter viewpoint, I find that candidates often lose their nerve at certain crunch points: it […]

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 […]

TES: 5 questions to ask in your teacher job interview

The chance to ask questions at the end of your interview is really important – so make the most of it, says Kate Jones in her TES article 1. What is the best thing about working at your school? 2. How will you support my professional development? 3. Ask for information you couldn’t find during […]

Train to teach with CTSN | Secondary & Primary

Are you thinking about becoming a teacher? Do you still have one or two questions? Then come along to one of our four Train to Teach events this week and talk to our recruitment teams. Secondary 10am: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/145708224221 Secondary 4pm: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/145725000399 Primary 10am: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/145731672355 Primary 4pm: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/145735317257