Chartered College of Teaching selects University to be a Regional Hub
27 July 2017
Canterbury Christ Church University is delighted to announce it will be working in partnership with the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT) to be a Regional Hub, within the founding group of Chartered College networks.
The Chartered College network programme will help to build up the professional knowledge base of teaching and provide centres to bring together members to work on issues of direct concern to classroom practice, wherever they are located and whatever their setting, interests and experience.
Kerry Jordan-Daus, Head of Partnerships for the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University, said: “It is clear that the newly formed Chartered College of Teaching is making a significant contribution to professional learning for teachers. We share the values and the vision of the CCT and are immensely proud to be one of the pilot Regional Hubs chosen to drive this forward. This is a truly exciting moment in the development of teacher professional learning and development and we are committed to collaboration and building the learning community across the region".
The Chartered College network has selected the University to be a Regional Hub, which are bases for larger-scale events and activities, supporting collaborative knowledge sharing via groups of schools, universities and other educational organisations across the country.