Madame Massé receives Fellowship from Chartered College of Teaching

The school is delighted to share the news that Madame Massé has become a Fellow of the highly prestigious Chartered College of Teaching. A fellowship is the highest accolade of the professional body of teachers.


The standards expected of the Chartered College are very high and to become a Fellow a candidate has to demonstrate a wide range of skills -  professional excellence, self-evaluation and reflection - by supporting and learning from others and engagement in research.  Candidates are peer nominated and must have acquired at least ten years of experience in teaching. 


Madame Massé was nominated via the Teaching School Alliance in recognition for her work as a Specialist Leader of Education (SLE) for the Herts and Bucks Teaching School Alliance, and also for her role as French Subject Leader at St Clement Danes School. During the last few years Madame Massé has worked to support other schools in the local area. This year she has worked as an instructional coach for the Chartered College of Teaching as part of the Accelerate Program, supporting early career teachers. Madame Massé is also a coach for the Women Leading in Education National Coaching Pledge. 


Congratulations to Madame Massé for this worthy achievement in recognition of her hard work in supporting both fellow teachers and students!


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