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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 ...
Rachel teaches modern foreign languages at West Somerset College. Now in her second year, she’s had a role in turning the department around with the support of her department head. Her passion and
Our next cohort are on the verge of beginning their training. We reached out to our community for their best advice on how to maintain that optimum work-life balance.
During your two years on the Leadership Development Programme, we aim to support you wherever we can. Working in the classroom and helping the lives of some of the children who need you the most is
How do you go from being a teenager who hates English to a school’s deputy head of English department in less than ten years? Teach First teacher Laurell Milton has done just that, and is now teaching
Located in an area of particular social deprivation, Netherton CofE Primary School in Dudley was failing to recruit the kind of teachers they needed to inspire their pupils and drive change. So, in
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
Little Mead Primary Academy takes a community-centric approach to the care and education of its pupils. The school, which is part of the Endeavour Academy Trust located in Bristol, supports a diverse
As a teacher of maths, science, engineering or technology, you’ll work with the subject you love every day.
You could say the main job of a teacher is to have answers, so the irony isn’t lost on me when people ask why I picked teaching as a career and I don’t seem to have an answer. But if I was to limit
Teach First is delighted to have been chosen by the Department of Education as one of the providers for the Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund.
After earning her degree in Psychology, Lily was looking for an opportunity. Her neighbour, a former Teach First trainee, encouraged her to apply for the Leadership Development Programme. Lily is now
Michael Slavinsky joined the Teach First programme in 2008 as a modern foreign languages Oxford graduate. After three years teaching, Michael spent seven years at the education charity, The Brilliant
Preparing young people from low-income communities in England for life beyond the school gates is key to ensuring their future success. Working in partnership with schools, we help to develop careers
What would it be like if pupils wrote the job descriptions for their ideal teacher? We went to St Wilfrid’s Roman Catholic College in South Shields to find out, and shared the results on LinkedIn .
Steph Rees didn’t know much about Teach First before she became a mentor for a new trainee teacher at her school, Little Mead Primary Academy. She’s seen how driven her new colleague is but has also
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