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Depression. It will affect 1 in 4 of us in any given year. So, that’s 25% of everybody. Focus in on stressful careers like teaching and that percentage will undoubtedly increase – whether this is an
Rachel Baker is in her third year studying English Literature at Newcastle University. She’s also a Teach First brand manager, which is a part-time paid job on campus. We caught up with her to ask
There’s more than one way to help give education inequality the boot. You can push yourself to the max for a very good cause at lots of exciting events, including this lot (we’ll help you fundraise
Challenging the Impossible can come in many guises. For Teach First as a whole, pushing social mobility to the top of the agenda has been a challenge that we’ve recently relished, with hundreds of
Teach First Ambassadors are standing at the election across the political spectrum for a variety of causes. Teach First is a registered charity and therefore is completely politically neutral.
A school site on a Wednesday afternoon in August is usually pretty silent, except at this one the day before A Level results day, where printers are working non-stop to reveal the results of hundreds
I’ve learned a lot from teaching and Teach First… I have always felt that if you can hold the attention of 30-odd teenagers you can do anything. Teach First teaches you to be resilient, get stuck in
Midway through his time on the Leadership Development Programme, Patrick Curry was offered a civil service role, which he took up upon completing his teacher training.
We may be called Teach First but we don’t just create great teachers. We develop leaders who are committed to tackling educational inequality wherever their careers take them, whether they stay in
Reuben Moore, Teach First's Director of Leadership, answers questions about the Summer Institute and the new Leadership Development Programme, and offers some words of wisdom for those currently
We asked our community what to expect on that nerve-jangling start to your career in the classroom. Here’s what we found out.
No man is an island and neither is a Teach Firster. Once you’re part of our community you’re never short of a friendly face who knows exactly what you’re going through (the good bits and the not-so
Aisling Kirwan’s Grub Club project won an Innovation Award in 2015. The former maths teacher’s initiative has worked with more than 80 families, helping parents and kids learn kitchen skills and bond
Parveen Nawab is an English teacher and Head of Literacy at Debden Park High School. She talks leadership, printing fails and one mind-blowing roast dinner.
Training to be a teacher isn’t easy but you’ll come away with some impressive skills that’ll last a lifetime. These will come in pretty handy if you decide to take your career in a different direction
Young people from low income backgrounds are less likely to get good GCSEs and more likely to be unemployed or in a low-wage job as an adult. We want to break that cycle by helping every child achieve
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