Oct. 12, 2021
DfE expands free development and training
Today the government announced that all six National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) will be free for all state schools, following a previous announcement in June of £184 million of new funding.
July 16, 2021
Ambition Institute welcomes new trustees
Ambition has appointed five new trustees to expand its expertise in support of its mission to help teachers and leaders to keep getting better – particularly in schools serving children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
June 10, 2021
Ambition Institute statement on Ofsted's Sexual Abuse Review
Ambition Institute responds to the Ofsted review of sexual abuse in schools.
June 10, 2021
Ambition Institute commits to working for better equality, diversity and inclusion
Ambition Institute has publicly committed to a joint vision for better equality, diversity and inclusion in the education sector.
April 13, 2021
Ambition launches new instructional coaching programme
Ambition Institute has launched a new programme on instructional coaching. The three-month programme starts in May 2021 and is for experienced teachers and leaders who can influence teaching and learning across their school or trust.
March 31, 2021
Ambition Institute named as lead provider for national professional qualifications
Today the Department for Education announced that Ambition Institute is one of nine lead providers for its national professional qualifications (NPQ) for teachers and school leaders.
March 1, 2021
Ambition Institute named as early career framework lead provider
Ambition Institute will be a lead provider of the early career framework as part of the national rollout.
Feb. 10, 2021
Ambition welcomes teaching school hubs
Ambition's CEO welcomes today's announcement from the Department for Education on its full network of 87 teaching school hubs, creating a national infrastructure for teacher and leadership development.
Nov. 27, 2020
Webinar: Tackling lost learning through curriculum design
Join us for our free webinar focusing on ‘Tackling lost learning through curriculum design’.