Teach First’s Leading Together Programme

On Thursday 15th March, All Saints were proud to welcome Minister for School Standards Nick Gibb and Teach First CEO Russell Hobby for the formal launch of Teach First’s two-year ‘Leading Together’ programme. The day involved a tour around school and a roundtable discussion about effective leadership. Our pupils were exemplary representatives of our school. Being selected to launch the programme was a very proud moment for All Saints.It represents further recognition of the transformational school improvement that has taken place in our school.

This programme from Teach First is one of thousands of new training opportunities that we have created through our £75 million Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund, supporting schools in the areas of greatest need to help nurture the leaders of tomorrow. It was a pleasure to hear school leaders speak so enthusiastically about our plans to raise the status of the teaching profession.
Teach First’s programme is designed to offer staff at schools in areas of disadvantage the skills and support they need to succeed and deliver improvements for pupils’ education – at no cost to the school.Nick Gibb, School Standards Minister
I’m pleased that we launched the Leading Together programme with the Schools Minister at All Saints Catholic College today. We heard from headteachers at the event about the importance of effective leadership for good schools.
Too often schools in disadvantaged areas miss out on the support they need to build their leadership teams. Thanks to generous support from the Department for Education we’re working in partnership with exactly these schools to help them succeed.Russell Hobby, Teach First CEO
Schools Minister launches programme to boost leadership