Ipsos MORI conducted a research study among 11-16 year olds on behalf of the Sutton Trust between January-April 2010. The survey explored the likelihood of young people going into higher education, reasons for not doing so, the impact of increased tuition fees and private tuition.
This document contains the summary report, computer tabulations and topline results (in the form of a ‘marked-up’ questionnaire) from the 2005 Teachers’ Omnibus, carried out by Market & Opinion Research International (MORI).
A survey undertaken by MORI of pupils in 300 state secondary schools, which found that around one in six pupils had received private tuition at some point in their school career, rising to almost one quarter in year 11.
This survey by MORI was carried out between April 29th and May 4th 2004 among a nationally representative quota sample of 644 parents throughout Great Britain who were interviewed in more than 200 areas.
Most young people aged 11-16 still say that they are likely to go into higher education according to a poll of more than 2000 state school students carried out by MORI commissioned by the Sutton Trust.