National Graduate Week

Teach First

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We are a charity building a fair education for all. Our Training Programme – consistently ranked in the top 10 of the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers – offers a salary from day one in the classroom, an internationally-recognised leadership qualification and access to our fifteen thousand-strong network of teachers, leaders and schools.

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Maths teachers
Science teachers
Computing teachers
DT teachers
Spanish teachers
French teachers
RE teachers
English teachers
Geography teachers
History teachers
Primary teachers
Early Years teachers
Music teachers
Business teachers

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Key Facts

Times Top 100 graduate employer

We’re consistently ranked in the top 10 of the Times Top 100 graduate employers 

A Salary From Day One

You’ll receive a salary from day one in the classroom and work to complete a fully-funded Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Leadership (PGDE).

Progression Opportunities

Our trainees are seven times more likely to progress into senior leadership early in their career.

Networking

You will gain access to our unrivalled networks of likeminded people and connections to our corporate partners, including Amazon, PwC and Goldman Sachs.

Make A Difference

You will be helping disadvantaged children get the education they deserve. You’ll get into the classroom quickly and make a difference right away. 

Meaningful Work

We’ve placed more than 10,000 teachers in low income areas positively impacting over 1 million children.

Case study

Hanif Islam, Teach First Ambassador

“I used to have this thought when I was an accountant: when I’m on my deathbed, and I look back at my career, could I say I’ve done something fulfilling? Now that I’m a teacher, I can say I’ve changed people’s lives (…) I joined Teach First because it was a quicker route to the classroom. I knew it was going to be hard, but I also knew it was going to be the one where I learned faster. And I wanted to give something back. All teachers do that of course, but I’m proud to be helping the community my school serves. I feel like I’m really doing something with my life.”