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Kevin Latham – Sutton Trust, 2024
With a General Election just weeks away -- what are the British public's views on equality of opportunity and social mobility? Do today's voters want to see greater action to level the playing field, and should we be investing to equalise opportunities? To answer those questions, the Sutton Trust has commissioned More in Common to conduct…
Descriptors: Social Mobility, Public Opinion, Foreign Countries, Social Differences
Janet Grauberg – Sutton Trust, 2024
The Coaching Early Conversation Interaction and Language (CECIL) Project, which started in September 2020, has focused on exploring coaching-led approaches to support the effective implementation of early language interventions, especially in Private, Voluntary & Independent (PVI) settings. At the core of the CECIL approach is a way of…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Language Skills
Carl Cullinane Ed. – Sutton Trust, 2024
In Britain, the opportunity to succeed is still heavily shaped by your socio-economic background -- the social and economic circumstances that you grew up in. As the 2024 General Election fast approaches, the Sutton Trust's "Fair Opportunity for All" is a roadmap for the next government, exploring how they can break the link between…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary Education, Government School Relationship, Educational Assessment
Anders, Jake; Cullinane, Carl; De Gennaro, Alice; Early, Erin; Holt-White, Erica; Montacute, Rebecca; Shao, Xin; Yarde, James – Sutton Trust, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic and the public health restrictions that followed changed the structure and experiences of education for young people in the UK. School closures, home schooling, online learning and exam cancellations were some of the consequences of the public health measures taken. School closures were intermittent between March 2020 and…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Educational Assessment, COVID-19, Pandemics
Holt-White, Erica; Shao, Xin; Montacute, Rebecca; Anders, Jake; Cullinane, Carl; De Gennaro, Alice; Yarde, James – Sutton Trust, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic affected the health of millions of people across the country -- at the time of publication, there have been over 20 million confirmed cases of the virus in England and just over 170,000 deaths within 28 days of a positive test, and the ONS estimate that 71% of the population have contracted the virus. Thinking about young…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Incidence
Cullinane, Carl; Yarde, James; Shao, Xin; Anders, Jake; De Gennaro, Alice; Holt-White, Erica; Montacute, Rebecca – Sutton Trust, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic not only affected the health of millions of people across the country, but the accompanying disruption to economic life had impacts on the financial wellbeing of many households. This has been compounded by an ensuing cost of living crisis, with energy bills and food prices rising rapidly. This briefing, analysing survey…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Economic Factors
Edward Melhuish; Julian Gardiner – Sutton Trust, 2023
Several decades of research has found that early education and care can have a positive effect on children's cognitive, behavioural and social outcomes, particularly if it is of high quality, and particularly for disadvantaged children. However, less is known about the optimum number of hours, including whether this differs by socio-economic…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Young Children, Home Schooling, Cognitive Development
Elena Rosa Brown; Merrilyn Groom; Kankan Zhang; Sarah Angell – Sutton Trust, 2023
England's early education and childcare system is at a turning point. Both major political parties have shown a significant interest in the early years, with the government recently announcing an expansion of funded provision for some one- and two-year-olds in the 2023 Spring Budget. But what can be done to ensure any changes to England's early…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Disadvantaged Youth, Early Childhood Education
Carl Cullinane; Rebecca Montacute – Sutton Trust, 2023
Paying for private tuition on top of a child's standard schooling is growing increasingly popular. But its use is creating a two-tier system, with wealthier families able to pay to secure their children advantages that poorer families simply cannot afford. For almost two decades, Sutton Trust research has highlighted the growth of private…
Descriptors: Tutoring, Tutorial Programs, COVID-19, Students
Rebecca Montacute; Carl Cullinane – Sutton Trust, 2023
This report looks at trends since 1997, uniquely combining several data sources to give the most comprehensive view available on how patterns in access to higher education have changed in the years between 1997 and 2022. A major study of higher education trends over the past 25 years reveals persistent access gaps for disadvantaged students,…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Trend Analysis, Access to Education, Higher Education
Erica Holt-White; Kevin Latham; Jake Anders; Carl Cullinane; Rebecca Montacute; Xin Shao; James Yarde – Sutton Trust, 2023
The COVID Social Mobility & Opportunities (COSMO) study is a new national cohort study generating high-quality evidence about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected socio-economic inequalities in life chances, both in terms of short- and long-term effects on education, wellbeing, and career outcomes. A representative sample of young people in…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Physical Health, COVID-19, Pandemics
James Yarde; Xin Shao; Jake Anders; Carl Cullinane; Erica Holt-White; Kevin Latham; Rebecca Montacute – Sutton Trust, 2023
The COVID Social Mobility & Opportunities (COSMO) study is a new national cohort study generating high-quality evidence about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected socio-economic inequalities in life chances, both in terms of short- and long-term effects on education, wellbeing, and career outcomes. A representative sample of young people in…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Social Mobility, Social Differences
Erica Holt-White; Carl Cullinane – Sutton Trust, 2023
This report looks at the progress made during secondary school of young people from different backgrounds who were in the top third of attainers at the end of primary school. High attaining pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds have the best chance of becoming socially mobile, and "Social Mobility: The Next Generation" will explore,…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged Youth, Secondary Schools, Achievement Gap, Financial Support
Jan Paul Schlindwein; Milo Warby; Matthew Holt; Helen Kenney; Asma Ali Farah – Sutton Trust, 2023
Prior attainment is a major factor in both educational and career progression, but even young people who do show strong initial academic potential from less advantaged backgrounds often fall behind their better-off peers during their time in education. Indeed, the first piece in our Social Mobility: The Next Generation series found that by GCSE,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Socioeconomic Background, Disadvantaged Youth, Achievement Gap
Holt-White, Erica; Montacute, Rebecca; Tibbs, Lewis – Sutton Trust, 2022
High quality careers education, information, advice, and guidance is vital to ensure young people can access jobs that suit their talents and aspirations. For those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, this advice is particularly important, as they are less likely to have access to support from family and friends, or to have networks which…
Descriptors: Career Education, Career Guidance, Secondary Schools, Secondary School Students
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