Chartered College of Teaching

We are pleased to support the work of the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT). They are the professional body for the teaching profession. They work to celebrate, support and connect all teachers to provide world class education benefitting pupils and society. Their aim is to raise the status of the teaching profession.

What does membership do for you and your school?

  • Support school improvement and outcomes for pupils by engaging with the latest research on pedagogy
  • Improve teaching and learning through enhanced CPD
  • Reduce workload by learning from experts and sharing good practice with colleagues
  • Raise the status of the profession by recognising the excellent practice and innovation which helps pupils succeed

CCT celebrates your committment to the profession to raise the status of teaching

  • Share your views via their consultations to influence policy and shape your profession
  • Recognise your professional status with members' awarded MCCT post-nominals

CCT supports you to develop and deliver excellent teaching

  • Engage with the latest research and learn from colleagues' experiences through their award-winning publications (Impact and The Profession)
  • Deliver your own professional development sessions for colleagues with their CPD packs and online courses

CCT connects you with other teachers and the latest research to share practice

  • Access to the world's largest research database and guides on how to use research in your daily work
  • Keep up-to-date with the sector with summaries on latest policy and research
  • Networks, webinars and events: meet other members to talk through the issues which matter most

Four things you get as a member (from just £1.88 a month)

  • Award-winning publications, online courses, CPD packs and guides to engage with the latest research
  • Awarded letters MCCT after your name to recognise your professional status
  • Invite to networks, webinars and exclusive events
  • Opportunities to shape the profession and policy through consultations and rountables