Articles from The Sutton Trust

Up to three-fifths of apprentices have lost out on work or learning as a result of the pandemic

New @SuttonTrust research examines impact of #Coronavirus on Apprenticeships  UP TO THREE-FIFTHS (61%) OF APPRENTICES HAVE LOST OUT ON WORK EXPERIENCE OR LEARNING AS A RESULT OF THE PAMEDEMIC. ONE IN 13 HAVE BEEN MADE REDUNDANT.

YOUNG PEOPLE BELIEVE CANCELLATION OF A LEVELS WILL DAMAGE THEIR CHANCES OF GETTING INTO THEIR FIRST-CHOICE UNIVERSITY

Almost half (48%) of university applicants think that the coronavirus crisis will have a negative impact on their chances of getting into their first-choice university, according to new research by the @SuttonTrust that looks at how the coronavirus crisis is affecting both university applicants and current students.

Oak National Academy launches specialist offer to support pupils with greatest additional needs

WIDER CURRICULUM MADE MORE ACCESSIBLE THROUGH BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE AND SUBTITLES The online classroom, Oak National Academy, today announced a new specialist curriculum which will support teachers working with pupils with additional needs, while schools are closed.  

New findings suggest programme could be a promising way to help children catch-up when schools reopen

SHORT SESSIONS ON EVERYDAY TOPICS FOUND TO BOOST YOUNG CHILDREN’S LANGUAGE SKILLS BY THREE MONTHS A catch-up programme to improve the language skills of four- and five-year olds who are falling behind has been found to boost their progress by three additional months, according to the results from an independent evaluation published by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) today.

Oak National Academy - Archbishop of Canterbury delivers message of hope to nation's pupils

FIRST ASSEMBLY @OAKNATIONAL ACADEMY BY @JUSTINWELBY AS HE DELIVERS MESSAGE OF HOPE TO NATION’S PUPILS