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Teach First Leadership Development Programme Drop-in

Foyer. City Campus East, Faculty of Business and Law


Are you interested in finding out more about the Teach First Leadership Development Programme?

We are an increasingly influential education charity, engaging the UK’s brightest talent to fight a serious social problem – educational inequality. 

Young people in low-income communities need leaders – exceptional people who can bring out the best in them. The Teach First Leadership Development Programme (LDP) will help you become such a leader. Our two-year LDP combines teacher training and a fully-funded Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) with one-to-one coaching, enabling you to develop personal and leadership qualities that you can take forward into any career. 

Come along and meet us and find out more - no need to book.

Open to all students.

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Foyer. City Campus East, Faculty of Business and Law


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