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PUPIL PREMIUM POLLING 2016

The Sutton Trust has surveyed 1,607 teachers on their use of the Pupil Premium, through the National Foundation for Educational Research Teachers’ Voice Omnibus survey. Read more>>>

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Background to success (2015)

Our second EPPSE report for the Sutton Trust investigates patterns of academic attainment for different subgroups of a longitudinal sample of more than 3,000 students whose educational outcomes were studied across different phases of school and pre-school from age three to age 18. Read more>>>

Subject to background (2015)

Our first EPPSE report identified a group of disadvantaged children, establishing what predicted their academic success at the age of 11 and following them up to age 18. Read more>>>

Missing Talent (2015)

Every year there are high achievers at primary school, pupils scoring in the top 10% nationally in their Key Stage 2 (KS2) tests, yet who five years later receive a set of GCSE results that place them outside the top 25% of pupils. We call these pupils our ‘missing talent’ and in this research brief we explore who they are. Read more>>>