Sutton Trust founder Sir Peter Lampl tells his story on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.
19 students from 13 state schools and colleges from across the South West region graduated from the Pathways to Law programme, a national project which aims to inspire and support high achieving students from non-privileged backgrounds who are interested in pursuing a legal career.
Last Wednesday evening, a small group of Sutton Trust alumni met around 70 students from the Pathways Plus programme at an event in the Inner Temple.
Doug Thomson rejoins the Sutton Trust as Director of Development.
Programmes Manager Claire Maton presents 'Most Inclusive Firm' award to Grant Thornton at this year's MPF awards.
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Sir Peter Lampl, Sutton Trust Chairman and Founder, writes to the Times following a leading article on failing apprenticeships.
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.
Sutton Trust Director of Research and Communications, Conor Ryan, calls for more focus on creating apprenticeship opportunities for young people in an article for FE Week.
Sutton Trust CEO, Lee Elliot Major, discusses the worrying status of apprenticeships in England for Prospect.