Nov. 12, 2019
Melanie Renowden to move on from Ambition Institute
After almost nine years with Ambition Institute and its predecessor organisations, Melanie Renowden will be moving on at the end of this year.
Nov. 1, 2019
Ambition Institute welcomes early release of new ITT framework
Ambition Institute welcomes the publication of the Department for Education’s Initial Teacher Training Core Content Framework.
Oct. 29, 2019
Future Leader schools top Northern Powerhouse Partnership’s ‘fairer league table’
Today, the Northern Powerhouse Partnership published its first Fair Secondary School Index in partnership with the University of Bristol. Three of the schools in top 10 are, or have recently been, led by headteachers who have completed Ambition Institute’s Future Leaders programme, including the school rated number one in the country.
Oct. 21, 2019
Ambition Institute responds to NAHT’s ‘About Time’ report on middle leaders
Ambition Institute welcomes the publication of NAHT Edge’s important report on life as a middle leader in England’s schools.
Oct. 11, 2019
Ambition Institute to deliver Early Careers Framework in North of England
Ambition Institute announced today that it has been selected as a delivery partner for the Department for Education’s Early Career Framework.
Oct. 2, 2019
Matt Hood to move on from Ambition Institute
Matt Hood, Chief Education Officer at Ambition Institute, the graduate school for educators, will leave his role at the end of the year.
Sept. 20, 2019
Ambition Institute joins Accountability Commission to support improvement in the school-led system
Melanie Renowden, Interim CEO of Ambition Institute, attended the NAHT-convened roundtable at the Department for Education on Thursday, to discuss how we can support the school-led system to keep getting better.
Aug. 29, 2019
Ambition Institute appoints Hilary Spencer as new CEO
The educator development charity Ambition Institute has appointed Hilary Spencer as its new CEO.
July 19, 2019
New prime minister must invest in teachers and leaders to boost social mobility, charity tells commission chair
Targeted investment in teachers and school leaders could be the key to ending inequality and driving social mobility, a leading education charity claims.