#WomenEd & Chartered College of Teaching Early Career Teachers: North East, England


Make a flying start to your career by connecting with #WomenEd and the Chartered College of Teaching.

Do you want to be part of not one but two supportive networks of professionals that will give you a flying start to your teaching career?


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This free, online event is for Initial Teacher Trainees who will have just started in September and for existing #NQTs and 2nd year teachers.

Some sessions may refer to the Early Career Framework in England which is available to North East schools in Autumn 2020. It's in a #LeadMeet style with short presentations to cover a range of topics.

The #WomenEd community and the Chartered College of Teaching, your professional body, have partnered for this online event and we warmly invite you to join us. Learn more about how #WomenEd and Chartered College of Teaching can support you as early career teachers and as career-long support networks.

#WomenEd is a grassroots organisation that empowers, connects and supports aspiring and existing women leaders in educations. We have network teams across the UK and globally and are all volunteers who want to support other women in education to achieve their career ambitions.

The Chartered College of Teaching is your independent professional body and the voice of teachers. We are working to celebrate, support and connect all teachers to provide world-class education benefiting pupils and society. We support a more evidence-informed profession and offer accreditation and career pathways.

Hosted by @WomenEdNE and Katie Ridgway, #WomenEd network leader

Programme - subject to change

Keynote speaker

Alison Peacock: CEO of Chartered College of Teaching


Katie Ridgway: Being 10% Braver in Your Early Career

Lead Practitioner for English, ITT & NQT Professional Mentor and #WomenEd North East Regional Network Leader

Susan Ingram: Having the confidence to go for that promotion

Senior Secondary SCITT Tutor at Shotton Hall

Rosanna Hume: Using #WomenEd’s 8 C’s to develop leadership in my early career journey

Teach First Ambassador, Lead Practitioner and Head of Spanish at St Wilfrid’s RC College

Yamina Bibi: Supporting Early Career Teachers to Thrive

Assistant Headteacher and #WomenEd London Regional Network Leader.

Liam Clark: Getting the most out of your first three years in teaching

Assistant Principal (Quality of Education, ITT/NQT, pupil premium and SENDCO)

Natalie King: A Teacher’s Tale - An Unexpected Journey

Primary school teacher, Art Lead in a Gateshead Primary

Sean Harris: How to Fail as an NQT

North East Area Director for Ambition Institute

Alex Fairlamb: Staying True to You: Maintaining Your Compass

Associate Assistant Headteacher, History SLE, TMHistoryIcons Coordinator and Historical Association Secondary Committee Member


Location information

St Joseph’s Catholic Academy

Hebburn NE31 2ET
Mill Lane

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