Teach First Gender Pay Gap Report: 2023
Teach First is working towards a day when no child’s educational success is limited by their background.
Our 2023 report is our seventh annual gender pay gap report. This year’s report, when compared to our 2022 Gender Pay Gap Report, shows a decrease in our mean gender pay gap from 4.85% to -2.52%. This has been driven by increased female representation within our upper pay quartile which reflects the fact that female representation within our senior leadership levels is now more closely aligned to that of the charity as a whole.
Our median gender pay gap has seen a very minor increase since last year, from 0.00% to 1.10%. This can be explained by a declining number of men in our entry and junior job levels. This continues to highlight the need to achieve gender proportionality at all job levels, and not just within senior management.
We recognise the gender pay gap is a result of a wide range of economic, cultural, social, and educational factors. We know these factors influence our internal culture, policies, and practices. Our response to the gender pay gap is part of a larger, holistic approach to diversity and inclusion.
Read more about Diversity & Inclusion at Teach First.