Best would be flexible working. Nothing bad
Working hours (very flexible, ability to work from home, core hours 11-3pm and ability to work other hours around these)
The best thing working as a teach first secondary maths teacher was getting to make a difference and growing up myself
Private health insurance Buying and selling holidays Season ticket loan Eye tests Discount for virgin gyms Free cinema tickets and Starbucks if you gain 20 vitality points
It rises year on year but starts very low and they do not pay you for the initial training period.
Private health insurance and 27 days holiday
Fast track into LDP programme
CPD and networking opportunities at annual Teach First Impact Conference Masters degree at reduced cost Fast tracked application to partner companies
They provide health insurance with a wide range of benefits and perks which are customisable once a year.
Best is access to Vitality health insurance and employee assistance programme - real focus on personal wellbeing! For a charity the benefits are really good
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.