In the week in which thousands of students receive their A-Level results, education charity Teach First has found that those born in the poorest postcodes of the country have just a one in five chance
Commenting on the Secretary of State for Education’s announcement of an additional £1.3bn for schools, Sam Freedman, Executive Director at Teach First, said:
Education charity Teach First Cymru has announced it will partner with Cardiff Metropolitan University, supported by Bath Spa University's Institute for Education, to deliver its innovative teacher tr
Teach First’s trustee board has chosen a leading figure in UK education, Russell Hobby, to take over as Chief Executive of the social mobility and education charity later this year.
A new report from social mobility charity Teach First shows that by 2022, the British economy will face a shortage of three million skilled workers. The biggest single step we could take towards closi
The Worshipful Company of Butchers has generously funded participants on Teach First’s Leadership Development Programme (LDP) for three years. In September 2016, they renewed our partnership, and we a
Responding to the Education Secretary’s speech on ‘ordinary working families’, Brett Wigdortz OBE – Founder and Chief Executive of education charity Teach First, said:
Education charity Teach First has announced the five winners of its 2017 Innovation Award, a nationwide competition to find the next big ideas that will help ensure no child’s educational success is l
Business leaders have today challenged the Government to set out a plan to tackle educational inequality and help avert a shortage of millions of skilled workers.
Today, when half a million parents find out their child’s new school on secondary schools offer day, the social mobility charity Teach First has launched ‘Challenge the Impossible’. The new campaign w