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CEO Russell Hobby sets out how Teach First can be a worthwhile investment for recruiting teachers for primary schools .
Heads Forward is a Teach First ambassador-led network, made up of current and imminent headteachers from schools across the country. Heads Forward has three aims: Individual support and development
The Teacher Development Conference supported by NatWest MoneySense, brings together leading thinkers in the education sector.
I’m a proud 2004 ambassador. I like that it means that I’m expected to go out and do whatever I can to make education fairer for kids I taught, no matter what role I am in. But I get that the term
In the last week of January, the Department for Education(DfE) released its long-awaited strategy to recruit and retain more teachers. It comes in light of a survey showing nine in ten schools
We're delighted to announce that Teach First will benefit from a funding boost of over £676,000 following another record-breaking 'e for education' campaign.
When it comes to a fairer society, education is critical. We’ve taken great strides in the last 16 years, working in partnership with others to improve it in the UK.
Teach First has appointed Caroline Carr, Chief Human Resources Officer for the private equity firm, Permira, as the newest member of its Board of Trustees.
The Department for Education has announced new funding and efforts to support and champion education in the North East.
This September, with leading global bank, Citi, we’re kickstarting the 2018 e for education campaign. We are delighted to be part of this philanthropic initiative for the sixth consecutive year. Since
Congratulations to all of the pupils that will be celebrating their results today, but let’s not forget about those disadvantaged pupils who will have fallen behind their peers and outside the
The Privy Council has today announced the appointment of Teach First’s Founder, Honourary President, and former CEO Brett Wigdortz OBE, as the new Chair Designate of National Citizen Service (NCS)
On Monday 11 June, Teach First welcomed over 200 guests to the Royal surroundings of Kensington Palace Pavilion for our 2018 Gala Dinner, to raise funds to support our work to end educational
Last year Teach First employees, participants, ambassadors and friends marched for the first time in London Pride to mark 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and
It’s an exciting time at Teach First. Since I joined last autumn we’ve started developing our new strategy. We’re exploring how we play our part in tackling educational inequality, how we support
Many of you would have heard about GDPR – you’ve probably been contacted about it, or seen the term in the news – it stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. It’s an important change to
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