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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.
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In England today, there is one teacher leaving the profession for every one that joins. Against this backdrop, the number of secondary pupils is rising rapidly, and not enough people are joining teacher training routes: last year, the number of trainees recruited was 20% below target.
The UK faces an unprecedented demand for teachers. One teacher is leaving for every new one joining the profession. This challenge is set to grow with an additional 400,000 secondary schools pupils entering schools by 2027 - more than the number of secondary pupils in London today.
This week sees the publication of our policy paper “Leading Together: when it comes to school leadership, the whole works".
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Little Mead Primary Academy is one of four schools within the Endeavour Academy Trust, located across the South West. It’s been a Teach First partner school since 2014 and has recruited six Teach
Verity Hadden, Head of History at St George’s Catholic School in London, joined Teach First’s Careers Leader Programme to learn how to develop a careers strategy and embed it across the school. Here’s
The government today launches the ambitious yet achievable Early Career Framework. In this article Reuben Moore, who heads up the development of our training programme and is a teacher himself, shares
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The Government today (Monday 29 January) has launched its teacher recruitment and retention strategy in a bid to boost the number of teachers in the profession whilst making sure talented individuals
Teach First and the Education and Employers charity today (Wednesday 23 January) publish new research highlighting the importance of getting children to think much earlier than at present about their