FSB Member awarded Fellowship at Chartered College of Teaching

  • 24 Jul 2020

FSB Member and founder of the award winning Every Teacher Matters Network, Suneta Bagri, has been awarded the status of Fellow from the Chartered College of Teaching. Fellowship is the highest and most prestigious membership of the professional body for the teaching profession, and recognises the achievements, skills and expertise of teachers and leaders.

To become a Fellow an individual requires at least 10 years teaching experience and to have shown a significant and sustained contribution to the teaching profession. Fellows of the Chartered College play an important role in shaping the future of the profession and supporting future generations of teachers to deliver the best education for young people.

 

Suneta Bagri is on a mission to help teachers and senior leaders in education lead fulfilling lives and encourage a positive mindset. An award-winning coach, speaker and former head teacher, she wants to provide schools and frustrated teaching staff with the tools to take responsibility for their wellbeing and mental health. This is achieved through her Coaching and Mindfulness programmes, Personal Development workshops and training, including her award winning Every Teachers Matters network. More recently Suneta featured in the ‘I Am A Woman Who (2020 Edition) book with Sandra Garlick MBE, sharing her empowering story.

Suneta (pictured) said “Since launching my business and dedicating my time to the personal and professional development of teachers, focusing on their wellbeing and mindset, there have been so many incredible opportunities and achievements. To achieve Fellowship status is a real honour, and I look forward to making a difference to the wellbeing of teachers for many years to come.”

Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, said: “On behalf of the Chartered College of Teaching, congratulations on becoming a Fellow. This richly deserved recognition is given to highly experienced colleagues working across the profession. Our Fellows have an important role to play in raising the status of teaching and supporting teachers to be the best they can be. I look forward to our work together.”

Suneta joins 800 other Fellows across the country.