Sutton Trust CEO, Dr Lee Elliot Major, recently visited Warwick University to make a key note speech on social mobility in the UK.
Our Chief Executive, Dr Lee Elliot Major, returned to the University of Sheffield to take part in their Prestigious Lecture Series, having been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in January.
Our Chief Executive, Lee Elliot Major, spoke at University of Oxford on Tuesday 23 January on social mobility.
Lee Elliot Major, our Chief Executive, delivered a presentation to school principals in Norway as part of a session on our What Makes Great Teaching report.
Sutton Trust Chief Executive Dr Lee Elliot Major, speaking at the University of York, explored how low social mobility and lack of educational opportunity affect talented children from poorer backgrounds, in a public lecture hosted by the Department and RCSS.
All tan, tailoring, big red ties, hollered greetings and firm handshakes, Sir Peter Lampl cuts an unusual figure in the corduroy world of British education, the arena he entered 15 years ago to fill his busy retirement.
Sir Peter Lampl meets with Bloomberg.
Report speaks to Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of the Sutton Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation, about his views of and vision for education, writes Charlotte Tamvakis for Report, the Magazine for the Association of Teachers and Lecturers.
Sir Peter Lampl Speaks at HMC Conference.
Sir Peter Lampl, Chairman of the Sutton Trust, called on the Government to set up an independent cross-party commission to examine the reasons for UK's very low social mobility, and how it can be addressed. His call came in an interview with John Humphrys on BBC Radio 4's Today programme which is devoting a week to social mobility issues.