Sir Peter Lampl, Founder of the Sutton Trust and Chairman of the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), has announced the appointment of James Turner as the Trust’s Chief Executive.
Today the Sutton Trust announces its Alumni Leadership Board, a group of exceptional alumni with whom the Trust will work in partnership to further develop the alumni programme.
Following another successful summer of programme delivery, today the Sutton Trust has published its first Student Destinations report, demonstrating the impact that our programmes have had between 2006 and 2016.
‘Social Mobility and its Enemies’, co-written by Dr Lee Elliot Major, CEO of the Sutton Trust and Professor Stephen Machin is published by Penguin today.
Alum Lisa Stevens (Summer School 2013), recently raised a very impressive £740 for the Sutton Trust by cycling the Prudential RideLondon, a 100-mile cycle race through the City of London.
On the last day of our programmes this summer, we reflect and celebrate another successful year of programme delivery.
It’s midway through our first Pathways to Banking & Finance cohort’s year, so we took the opportunity to catch up. We asked our students for their highlights so far, and what their ambitions are for the future...
72 British state school students win places at top US universities in the most successful year of the Sutton Trust US Programme to date.
On Monday 2nd July, the Sutton Trust held its Better Apprenticeships summit, bringing together policy-makers, academics and apprentices to discuss how apprenticeships can be harnessed as a driver of social mobility.
Sutton Trust founder Sir Peter Lampl tells his story on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.