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Pandemic has decimated university experience with concern it will affect the wellbeing of students and have an impact on non-academic skills

Low-income students are more likely to be missing out on extra-curricular activities, as research finds coronavirus has decimated the university experience (@suttontrust)  

Sector Response to the Sutton Trust 'Learning in Lockdown' report -

@suttontrust launch 'Learning in Lockdown' report: - 40% of middle-class children undertaking over five hours of schoolwork a day, compared to 26% of those in working class households Report highlights:

Sutton Trust research finds the digital divide has not improved since March

@SuttonTrust research finds the digital divide has not improved since March - two-thirds of heads report sourcing devices for pupils themselves while waiting for government support The Sutton Trust has just published a briefing on the digital divide – including access to devices and the internet - in schools in England. It includes new Teacher Tapp polling of 6,000 teachers, conducted between the 7th and the 10th January 2021.

Sutton Trust responds to UCAS end of cycle data release

Commenting on UCAS’ 2020 end of cycle data release, James Turner, CEO of the Sutton Trust (@suttontrust), said:

National Tutoring Programme: £350 million to cover two academic years, not one

Commenting on reports that the Government is breaking its promise to invest £350million in the National Tutoring Programme in the academic year 2020/21, covering two years of tutoring instead, Wes Streeting MP, Labour’s Shadow Schools Minister, said:

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