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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
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Teach First is working towards a day when no child’s educational success is limited by their background.
In England today, there is one teacher leaving the profession for every one that joins. Against this backdrop, the number of secondary pupils is rapidly rising, 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.
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Football: it’s a funny old sport, a game of two halves, a level playing field and an endless source of clichés.
Summer Institute is a great time to meet all the people you’ll be going through the programme with. If you’re wondering what your cohort may look like then wonder no more. We have just the list for
Jo Jones is the headteacher at Story Wood School in Birmingham. Here she talks about the school's positive experiences with taking on Teach First participants ...
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James Westhead joined then fledgling education charity, Teach First, in 2009 when it recruited just 350 teachers annually. He helped grow Teach First to be the single biggest teacher trainer in the
The trustees of Teach First have appointed Vivian Hunt DBE to succeed Paul Drechsler CBE as the charity’s next Chair.
Poorest children today are more likely to attend a school rated less than good compared to May 2016 - while the richest are more likely to attend an outstanding one An extra 30,000 poorer children –