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  • 26 Mar / 16
    In the media

    BBC features Think Ahead’s future plans

    Think Ahead has been featured across the BBC today, with our Joint Chief Executive Natalie Acton appearing on BBC Breakfast television, BBC Radio 5 Live, and BBC West Midlands. BBC Breakfast also included interviews with Jack Buckler, who is set to join the Think Ahead programme this summer, and Lee Brookes, who has used his lived […]

  • 16 Mar / 16
    In the media

    Think Ahead featured in the Guardian

    To mark World Social Work Day 2016, the Guardian have published a supplement to their main paper titled ‘Social work at the frontline’ including a number of stories about the crucial role social workers play around the world. It includes a double-page spread on Think Ahead’s work to strengthen mental health social work. The piece includes […]

  • 15 Feb / 16
    In the media

    Think Ahead participant’s diary featured in the Guardian

    A Think Ahead participant, who is due to start the programme this summer, has shared a week-long diary with the Guardian detailing their volunteering with young carers. The piece, which is part of the Guardian’s series of “secret diaries” from people working in health, shares the author’s work as a mentor to young people who […]

  • 25 Jan / 16
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    The Times: Think Ahead is “one of the most competitive graduate training schemes”

    Think Ahead is featured in an article in today’s Times newspaper. The piece reveals that 2,338 students and graduates applied last autumn for the 80 to 100 places on Think Ahead’s first cohort, starting this July. At more than 23 applicants per place, that makes Think Ahead one of the most competitive graduate programmes in the country. […]

  • 20 Aug / 15
    In the media

    Think Ahead featured in The Economist

    Think Ahead has been featured in this week’s Economist, in an article looking at how the Teach First model is being used in other areas of public service. The piece is based on a visit to Police Now’s Summer Academy. It looks at the success of Teach First in producing 99% ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’ teachers, and how Police […]