The Sutton Trust was mentioned in a quote in the Daily Mail in an article regarding new recruitment processes from Deloitte.
HM Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw mentioned the Sutton Trust’s Missing Talent report in a speech on social mobility and the performance of poor children to the National Conference of School Improvement on 10th September.
In a wide ranging debate Louise Haigh, Labour MP for Sheffield Heeley, cited the recent Sutton Trust report Chain Effects.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson mentioned the Sutton Trust in a wide ranging speech to the Centre of Social Justice on social mobility on 7th August 2015. In his speech Mr Johnson discussed how social mobility in the UK is declining – crediting the Sutton Trust as proving that “professional [Read more]
Stephen Hammond, Conservative MP for Wimbledon, led an adjournment debate on summer-born children (those born between 1 April and 31 August) in the House of Commons on 7th September.
On September 17th 2015 the IPPR published a report called Saturdays for success: How supplementary education can support pupils from all backgrounds to flourish. The report makes recommendations for how more pupils, schools and communities can gain from the rich, extracurricular learning environments that these 'supplementary schools' offer.
Alison Kershaw's Press Association report on Unfair Deal was used by the Guardian and dozens of local newspapers and websites.
Richard Garner wrote a two page feature on our summer schools for the Independent.
Mark Ellis reported for the Daily Mirror on the Sutton Trust's Unfair Deal brief.
Katharine Sellgren reported for BBC News on the Sutton Trust's Unfair Deal research brief.