“I saw the issue of educational inequity up close and personal as a Teach First teacher. The children were amazing, not much younger than I was, but funnier, more resilient, and generally much smarter. But they were mostly born into poverty and attended a school that wasn’t adequate at that time. As a result, they weren’t getting the start in life they needed and few would realise their true potential. That sense of wasted human potential still haunts me.”
Graeme Duncan, CEO
|2018||Delivery starts in Blackpool on Inclusion and Literacy projects|
|2019||Delivery starts in Blackpool on Employment & Skills project|
|2020||Delivery starts in Manchester on Inclusion project|
|2021||Delivery starts in North Birkenhead on Cradle to Career programme|
|2022||Discovery starts in Liverpool City Region and Norfolk|
As we continue to grow and scale our work, we are harnessing the evidence gained to inform how place-based changes is most effectively done and how leaders, professionals and residents working collectively across a place can continue to effect long-term sustainable change.