Teachers: Training:Written question - 225795

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Asked by Diana Johnson
(Kingston upon Hull North)
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Asked on: 27 February 2015
Department for Education
Teachers: Training
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what estimate her Department has made of the number of Teach First participants who remain in (a) their original position and (b) teaching after their initial two year training programme in (i) Hull and (ii) nationally in (A) 2014-15 and (B) 2009-10.
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Answered by: Mr David Laws
Answered on: 05 March 2015

There are nationally 3,704 Teach First participants who started since 2009/10 and are still teaching in schools today. This includes 1,338 who have completed the programme and 2,366 currently training in England.

Teach First started placing trainees in Hull in 2011. Since then 28 trainees have completed the programme in the Kingston upon Hull local area. 19 of those teachers are still teaching, with 13 still in Kingston upon Hull local authority.

Nationally, 1,387 participants started the Teach First programme in June 2014.

Out of the 2014 trainee cohort, 11 are currently training in Kingston upon Hull local authority across five schools:

  1. Archbishop Sentamu Academy (2)
  2. Kingswood Academy (3)
  3. Sirius Academy (2)
  4. Winifred Holtby Academy (2)
  5. Thomas Ferens Academy (2)

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