New grammars to be told: Put families on less than £33k first

In article for The Daily Mail, Eleanor Harding and Daniel Martin quote our Chairman, Sir Peter Lampl, in response to new proposals to improve access to grammar schools for ‘ordinary working families’.

Sir Peter Lampl, founder of the Sutton Trust, which campaigns for social mobility through education, said yesterday: ‘We welcome Justine Greening’s commitment to addressing the challenges that children from poor and ordinary working families face getting into grammar schools.’

Read the full article here. 

2017-10-04T11:42:10+00:00 April 14th, 2017|Categories: In the News|