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Four in Ten Teachers Have Been Private Tutors, says Sutton Trust Report

New Sutton Trust report values private tuition market at up to £2bn

More than four in ten state school teachers have been paid to tutor outside of their main teaching role at some point during their careers, according to new research from the Sutton Trust. 628 more words



I have many skills; I am a master at procrastination. I can always think of something to do rather than work. Blogging is a good example of this. 217 more words


Summer: Time to Chillax

I’m writing this post from my parents’ holiday apartment in Tenby, Pembrokeshire. I’m here for a few days with my two best friends – also teachers – for some chill time. 298 more words


The Sutton Trust History Summer School

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to help with the implementation of this year’s Sutton Trust History Summer School, hosted by the University of Edinburgh’s History department. 577 more words

Art History

Social mobility, education and income inequality: an overview in five graphs

Lee Elliot Major and John Jerrim.

The study of education inequality and social mobility increasingly feels like a small world. The British Prime Minister David Cameron… 1,457 more words

Social Sciences And Social Policy

Best in Class 2016

I spent yesterday participating in the Sutton Trust’s Best in Class event. This is the sort of event that I really like, it brought together some top academics, policymakers (e.g. 726 more words