Future Leader Ravinder Bansal, Little Ilford School, London
"Future Leaders, an impressive charity established in 2006, which has a mission to develop the next generation of leaders for challenging schools." Lord Andrew Adonis
We work with a number of organisations that share our common goal of eradicating educational disadvantage. These partners display an ongoing commitment to support us in our work in challenging schools across the country to remove the correlation between low family income and poor educational attainment.
Commissioner – National College for Teaching and Leadership
The National College for Teaching and Leadership, an executive agency of the Department for Education, works to develop and support great leaders of schools and early years settings so that they can make a positive difference to children's lives. They have commissioned The Future Leaders Trust to deliver the Future Leaders programme and have also granted us a licence to deliver accredited senior leadership and headship programmes, Leading Impact - NPQSL and NPQH.
Partners in conjunction with our National College Licensed Leadership Development Provision:
- Academy’s Enterprise Trust (AET)
- Altrincham Grammar School
- Dixon City Academy
- E- Act
- Harton Technology School
- Lampton School
- Oasis Community Learning
- Ormiston Academies Trust
- Teaching Leaders (Delivery partners)
- United Learning
In addition, we continue to work closely with the following organisations which share our mission to address educational inequality :
- Teach First
- Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL)
- Teaching Leaders
- New Schools Network
- London Leadership Strategy
- Whole Education
For a list of schools we currently work with please see our regions webpage.