Future Leaders are making a positive impact that is real and measurable, highlighting the value of investing in high-potential school leaders.
How we change lives
In 2015, over 95,000 disadvantaged children left school without the basic qualifications they need to get on in life. Great school leaders can change that. The Future Leaders Trust changes lives by developing great school leaders for the challenging schools that need them most.Read our 2016 Impact Report
The facts and figures
Year on year our impact measurement shows that Future Leaders deliver on their commitment to improve outcomes for every child.Find out more
In the past ten years our school leaders have had an impact on the lives of 1.2 million children.
Improving life chances
We focus on disadvantaged students because they are more likely to leave school without the grades they need to secure further study, training or employment. For the past four years, schools led by Future Leaders have exceeded the national average in the percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving five good GCSEs, including English and maths.Read a case study
Working in challenging schools
Future Leaders work in schools that serve England’s most disadvantaged areas. In 2015, an average of 47.4% of Key Stage 4 students at Future Leader heads’ schools were Ever6FSM compared to a national average of 27.3%Find out how we support our heads
For the past four years, schools led by Future Leaders have exceeded the national average in the percentage of disadvantaged pupils achieving five good GCSEs, including English and maths.Recruit a leader