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Working together to pioneer solutions

Working together to pioneer solutions

Our Innovation Partner organisations are social enterprises created by people who have been through the Teach First programme, or are former Innovation Award winners.

 
 
We select those we think have the potential to grow quickly and reach even more children who are unfairly affected by educational inequality.
Experts from outside Teach First help us identify who to partner with, and we offer them ongoing support, advice and access to our network so they can build on their success.  
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The Access Project
The Access Project provides one-to-one academic tuition and tailored university application support.
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Boromi
Boromi gives disadvantaged families access to free resources for families to learn together
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The Brilliant Club
The Brilliant Club trains PhD students to deliver tutorials to students in non-selective state schools
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CPDBee
CPD Bee is an Ambassador-led charity that builds an online marketplace and impact measurement service
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The Difference
The Difference recruits exceptional teachers and places them in alternative provision
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Enabling Enterprise
Enabling Enterprise works with schools and businesses to make enterprise part of the curriculum
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First Story
First Story brings talented, professional writers into secondary schools serving low-income communities
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Franklin Scholars
Franklin Scholars train bright year 10 students to tutor and coach to vulnerable Year 7s
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Frontline
Frontline recruits and develops outstanding individuals to be leaders in social work and broader society
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Future Frontiers
Future Frontiers trains undergraduates to deliver an eight week career coaching programme
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The Grub Club
The Grub Club provides families with free after-school cooking lessons run by trained professionals
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Hackney Pirates
Hackney Pirates works with children, supporting them to develop their literacy, confidence and perseverance
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Jamie’s Farm
Jamie’s Farm provides 'farming, family and therapy' for vulnerable children through a short-stay residential
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Maths with Parents
Maths with Parents supports parental engagement in primary maths through a tailored program of support
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MeeTwo
MeeTwo allows young people to access mental health support through a free mobile phone app
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Right to Succeed
Right to Succeed helps areas of educational inequality adopt best practice in delivering outcomes for children
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Thinking Reading
Thinking Reading helps secondary schools enable their weakest readers to catch up to their peers
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Teach First Innovation is supported by Bloomberg LP.

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