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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
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This week sees the publication of our policy paper “Leading Together: when it comes to school leadership, the whole works".
Teach First is working towards a day when no child’s educational success is limited by their background.
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As the Teacher Development Conference and Summer Institute draw to a close, we’re looking back at some of the best #TFSI2018 tweets.
Football: it’s a funny old sport, a game of two halves, a level playing field and an endless source of clichés.
Three years ago we made a big call at Teach First. We looked at our Leadership Development Programme and decided that, even though it was rated Outstanding by Ofsted and was the third most prestigious
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Sun 09 September 2018, 09:00 - 14:00
Newcastle upon Tyne
Registration: £25, Fundraising target: £300
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On Tuesday 3rd July, the Government Equalities Office published the results of the national LGBT survey that ran between July and October 2017. In it, the survey reveals the experiences of LGBT people
Four-in-ten children not ‘school ready’ by time they start primary in some areas Some of biggest gaps between poorer and wealthier pupils in affluent areas School readiness gap explains 40% of