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Are you considering undertaking a voluntary role where you can have a wider impact on education? Do you want to develop skills that will help you progress in your paid role? Sarah Hayward, Science
"I'm really enjoying being a governor. It's a great way to put my educational knowledge to good use, allows me to stay connected to schools and is allowing me to develop skills that will be useful
Teacherhood is a YouTube series about three teacher trainees – Claire O’Flaherty, who teaches primary in London, Ruth Muleya, who teaches English in Grays, and Toby Clarke, who teaches maths in
Like anyone, Zoe had doubts about giving up the career she’d invested so much in. But it turned out her skills were surprisingly transferable. Once she realised how much she enjoyed the interaction
“For a while, I had the nickname of DC Death, because every time I had a night shift, someone got murdered”.
Charles is a 2017 Teach First participant teaching English in West London. Earlier in his career he taught at independent and private schools, but has spent the last fifteen years in school management
After completing our teacher training programme, Mei Lim spent a few more years in the classroom before moving overseas to pursue her academic studies. But it was those very studies that drew her back
Changing jobs is frightening enough. Changing an entire career is even more terrifying. But if the urge to teach just won’t go away it’s a good sign you should give it a try. These people did and they
Some people’s first encounter with Teach First is as a participant on our Leadership Development Programme after they graduate. But, for many, that journey starts much sooner, while they’re at
Teaching science, maths or design and technology on our Leadership Development Programme is exciting and rewarding, it opens doors to great professional opportunities and enables you to make a crucial
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
2012 ambassador Rachel Arthur always had an interest in teaching. After completing a four-year degree in computer science, when Teach First offered her a place on the Leadership Development Programme
There may be ghosts on the streets and monsters knocking on your door this Halloween, but nothing is quite as scary as a day at your desk.
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" That age-old question which, more often than not, flummoxes the respondent. But what if you've always known where your career path would lead? And what if
What you are about to read is my account of life at the Totteridge Academy. Now, before I dive in, you should probably know a few details about me; my name is Maddie, I’m currently writing this as a
When Sara moved to England from Jordan aged just six, she couldn't speak a word of English. As her frustrations in the classroom grew, her behaviour plummeted and she was almost excluded from school.
Charlotte, Bilal and Grace are among the students at universities around the UK who’ve discovered that being a Teach First Brand Manager is much more than your average student job – and one that’s
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