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Pupil and teacher standing together in classroom

My teacher wouldn’t give up on me

Rayyan, pupil wearing glasses smiling at camera
Pupil at Prince Albert High School (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Rayyan's teacher helped him to believe in his dream of becoming a doctor and work hard.
Classroom practice
supporting to leading

From supporting lessons to leading them

Zara Kirkpatrick
Zara Kirkpatrick
English teacher at Carlton Bolling College (Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber)
The Training Programme Nomination allowed Zara, a Learning Support Assistant to become a teacher.
Teacher training
black history

“Black history is British history”

Teach First ambassadors and members of the Be Bold History network Sam Jones and Josh Garry
Josh Garry and Sam Jones
Deputy Head of Department (History) at Platanos College (Josh) and Lead Practitioner (Humanities and Teaching and Learning) at Bolder Academy (Sam)
Two ambassadors share the importance of teaching diversity in history lessons all year round.
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