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New year, new learning: view key events for 2022

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Wed, 05/01/2022 - 10:45

In 2021, we saw over 1,200 teachers and members register for one of our 21 CPD sessions, conferences and network meetings. This included 118 members networking and sharing best practice at our informal virtual staffrooms, and nearly 200 across our GCSE Network events.

As ACT embarks on its next 20 years of supporting the teaching of high quality Citizenship education, we are delighted to have benefited from a grant from the NCS Trust C.I.C., which will help us to support our national network of teachers and schools. The funding has enabled ACT to expand its staff team so that we can increase the range and regularity of support services for our growing membership and to embed Citizenship into more schools.  As part of this new funding, ACT will also be conducting a significant research project in partnership with the University of Middlesex, looking at the factors that drive better Citizenship outcomes in schools.

We have set out an extensive CPD and events plan for 2022, which aims to build your knowledge, skills and confidence to teach high quality Citizenship education. Some of these are listed below. 

Upcoming CPD and events in 2022

18 January: Early Careers Network- Developing good Subject Knowledge
2 February: Expert-Led Webinar- LGBT Law and hate crime with the University of Law
8 February, 1 March and 15 March: CPD Course- Teaching Critical Media Literacy for Citizenship in the 21 Century
15 February: GCSE Network- Responding to the Pre Release
3 March: Expert-Led Webinar- Protest Law with Richard Glover
24 March: The Future of Citizenship panel discussion
5 April: Local Elections for Schools CPD
27 April: Ofsted focused webinar
17 May: Teaching Active Citizenship CPD (beginners)
7 July: ACT Anniversary celebration event and award ceremony
8 July: ACT Summer Conference 2022

If you are interested in a bespoke CPD session delivered at your school/college, you can get in touch via email. 

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