The Institute for Teaching is a specialist graduate school for teachers. Our courses have a single purpose - to help teachers to keep getting better. 

Having an expert teacher in every classroom is the best way to make sure that every pupil, regardless of their background, gets a great education. 

But teaching is complex – becoming an expert isn’t easy. To improve teaching we must improve the training teachers get. Teachers deserve as much effort to go into their training as they put into their teaching.

That’s why we are doing things differently. Re-thinking teacher education and providing a progression pathway to expertise that is taught by a faculty of expert teacher educators.

Our Updates

"Children should be taught about the meaning of the terms lesbian, gay and bisexual at primary school, leading medics have said" reports @tes https://t.co/MR0wBTfyx0

"More than 200 pupils spent at least five straight days in isolation booths in schools in England last year" reports @noeltitheradge in @bbceducation https://t.co/OP6BC2euvm

A very interesting podcast from ⁦@Ambition_SL⁩. Asks the critical question “are schools making decision which allow staff to be models for wellbeing?” https://t.co/OV8kuAUaVf

[email protected]_info will host the county's first ever Teen Pride event next summer. Lead Teacher for Literacy Ellie Starling describes how the school made huge strides in reducing LGBTQ+ bullying #AntiBullyingWeek
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