The Chatered College Of Teaching’s Annual Conference is only a week away!

10 February 2018

Join hundreds of education professionals at a fantastic venue in central London to participate in an event dedicated to advancement of evidence-informed practice, providing a forum for classroom teachers and school leaders to amplify their voice and share their ideas. Those who attended our inaugural conference will know to expect a programme that promotes professional excellence with thought-provoking and inspiring speakers.

Our 2018 theme is Connect; Inform; Inspire. The conference will provide an ideal opportunity to meet and network with those working across the education sector, representing all settings, phases and sectors, in a friendly and supportive environment.



Click here for more information on this conference and to book your place now!


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