CTC Principal Dr Drew has been made a Founding Fellow (FCCT) of the Chartered College of Teaching. This is an accolade held by some of the most committed teachers and leaders, who have shown a significant and sustained contribution to the teaching profession and their own professional development. The Chartered College of Teaching aims to support all teachers to work in the most effective, informed way to provide the best possible education for children and young people now, and in the future.
Being a Founding Fellow is the highest and most prestigious category of membership at the Chartered College of Teaching, and is a mark of Dr Drew’s achievements, skills and expertise as a teaching professional. Additionally, it is a formal recognition and celebration of his ongoing contribution to the profession.
As a Founding Fellow, Dr Drew has made a significant contribution to the teaching profession and has demonstrated critical evaluation and reflection of his own practice. He has committed to engaging in relevant, career-long professional learning, has expressed collegiality by supporting, and learning from, others and has adhered to high standards of professionalism. Dr Drew has engaged critically with research and evidence through the Chartered College of Teaching’s large database of research articles and journals.