It's great teaching Maths because I know it's a subject that will have a massive impact on the pupils' lives, in terms of job applications or going to university.
Sugra Alibhai Watson (’05) Economics

Beyond two years

What happens after the programme?

Our vision, that no child’s educational success be limited by their socio-economic background, goes beyond your minimum two-years of teaching – demanding as that will be. To support your continuing commitment to the vision, and upon successful completion of the Leadership Development Programme, you will become a part of the ambassador network.

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Through the ambassador network you can continue to:

  • Connect with one another and the wider Teach First community
  • Work with others to develop new ideas to complex problems
  • Increase your influence as a leader, in whatever you choose to do next

At the moment, 54% of ambassadors are in teaching positions throughout the UK; this means that at the same time, nearly half of the network is able to influence change in business, the third sector and government through alternative careers.

United by a unique insight into the challenges schools face, experience of what works, and the expertise and commitment to continue addressing the Teach First vision, this is a powerful network for social change.      

  • Ambassador impact

    Ambassador offering

    Teach First Ambassadors continue to have an impact directly on pupil aspirations, achievement and access to opportunity.

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Recruitment & selection

Applications are now open for the 2015 Leadership Development Programme.

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You wouldn’t be the first to have some questions about Teach First so click here for answers to some of the most commonly asked questions and a reminder of some of the core information you’ll need to move your interest forward.

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