In The Media
23 May 2013
The Sutton Trust is taking on the “old school tie” and opening up City law firms to non-traditional students writes Jonathan Ames in The Times Student Law.
23 May 2013
Sir Peter Lampl responds to news that some vice-chancellors are reportedly suggesting the Government should cut grants to disadvantaged students, (Funding for poorer students should be cut to save research, elite universities say, The Times 21 May 2013)
16 May 2013
Survey finds feedback training receives just 4% of pupil premium funds, despite being the most cost effective means of assisting pupils.
5 May 2013
The PM stands accused of favouring people from his own elite background. It is a mark of Britain’s wanton failure to foster all talent writes Anthony Seldon in the Sunday Times.
1 May 2013
ATL Report speaks to Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of the Sutton Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation, about his views of and vision for education, written by Charlotte Tamvakis.
26 April 2013
The Sutton Trust has appointed US-style development board, whose members have each donated at least £30,000 writes Kirsty Weakley in Civil Society.
17 April 2013
Many smart observers fear that social mobility has got worse, not better, in the worlds of business, politics and the media writes the Evening Standard.
28 March 2013
A programme to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to become lawyers is being extended thanks to a £1.2 million grant from a charitable foundation set up when the College of Law was sold to a private buyer.
27 March 2013
Sandie Shaw claims that today, she’d need a private education to make it as a star. Is she right? writes Harry Wallop in the Telegraph.
25 March 2013
An educational charity has secured a £1.2m grant to help 1,200 sixth formers from less privileged backgrounds pursue a career in the law writes Jonathan Rayner in the Law Society Gazette.