As our 20th anniversary year comes to an end, we caught up with our alumni community to find out where they are now and how the Sutton Trust has impacted their lives. Alumni Manager, Jessica Adams and Communications Officer, Grace Veenman report.
As the Trust celebrates 20 years of its flagship programme: UK Summer Schools, we look back on the success of this year’s cohort.
Jake Brown, one of our Sutton Scholars, has won a UCL award for ‘best effort’. The UCL Student Ambassadors judged that he and three other students had made the biggest contribution to this year’s summer school
Laura Barbour, Early Years lead at the Sutton Trust, was invited to discuss the impact of early years policy on social mobility by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on nursery schools and nursery classes.
The Sutton Trust launched its first five-year strategy at a prestigious 20th anniversary event for donors at Tate Britain last night.
An alumnus of the Sutton Trust Pathways to Law programme, has won a prestigious award for his mentoring work.
Sutton Scholars is our flagship programme for younger students in years 8-9 (ages 12-14). The programme runs at five leading universities, and gives disadvantaged students two years of structured support to develop their skills.
To celebrate our 20th anniversary, we have launched this new website and logo. We would welcome your feedback on our new website.
Sutton Scholars supports 640 young people in Years 7-10 each year. It aims to increase the number of bright students from disadvantaged backgrounds accessing selective universities by providing early, long-term interventions to bridge the gap between state and private school provision.
Sir Peter Lampl, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Sutton Trust announced today the appointment of the Trust’s first Chief Executive, Dr Lee Elliot Major, who is Director of Development and Policy at the Trust.