The Chatteris International Graduate Programme welcomes international graduates from all disciplines, creating a collaborative and varied network of young professionals with a global vision. Chatteris offers a wealth of opportunities throughout the programme for tutors to explore their interests, hobbies, and passions – both inside the classroom and out of it. Each year, we find […]
Chatteris’ own Jack Salmon sat down with ex-Chatteris tutor Mariel Murray to discuss her career path through the White House, the US Department of Agriculture and more.
In this post, Chatteris’ own Jack Salmon speaks to former Chatteris Tutor Davis Backer about his career after Chatteris, and how his time in Hong Kong influenced his career path.
Chatteris’ own Derron Ankers makes an argument for why pop tunes and YouTube are crucial for getting your students gripped.
From tutor to Teach First – Chatteris’ own Alice Deptford speaks to Emily Lagan, who left Chatteris to pursue teaching in the British secondary school system.
The academic year for Chatteris Tutors has drawn to a close, so Chatteris’ own Emily Brazier walks us through the last 9 months in pictures.
Chatteris’ own Aarohi Narain talks us through how our team are fostering their professional development through Massive Open Online Courses.
It’s come to the time of year where many of our tutors are thinking about what happens next. Chatteris’ own Leo Sharp talks us through a qualification he gained to support his development as an ESL teacher. What is a CELTA? A CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) formerly known as […]
Chatteris’ own Grace Baxendine chats to Tom Robertshaw, whose career as an English teacher in Hong Kong begun with his role as a Chatteris Tutor.
With Hong Kong schools back online, Chatteris’ own Anneliese Murray tells us about how our tutors have been extending the English learning opportunities available to their students.