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Social Mobility Comm Jul 18
After a great month of sport, our new report reveals huge disparities in the provision of extra-curricular activities between those from different backgrounds 🎾🎷🎨 See thread below for the key findings 👇
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Stephen Robinson 6h
I would wholeheartedly support this change. This would increase by levelling students on their own achievements, and it would end the destructive practice of pre-exam unconditional offers.
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TALKDerby 17h
Did you know? with good early language ability are highest achieving at primary school – in both literacy and mathematics. To see how we’re making a difference to improve the of children across the city, visit:
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Social Mobility Comm Jul 18
Replying to @SMCommission
Children from the poorest backgrounds are three times more likely to not take part in any of those extra-curricular activities examined compared to those from the wealthiest backgrounds 🏐🥁🎷
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STEMChick Jul 20
Absolutely abhorrent that this could even be an idea, let alone a reality
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Barnaby Lenon Jul 19
VC of Oxford announces that 30% of her students from the poorest homes went to private schools.
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Willmott Dixon 16h
We’re thrilled to be shortlisted for Organisation of the Year in the UK Social Mobility Awards! Congratulations and good luck to all the finalists
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Ash Chapman-Daniells Jul 15
Absolutely delighted & shocked to have been announced as a finalist in the 'Rising Star' category at the UK Social Mobility Awards. Thanks to , and for their support. Roll on the awards ceremony in October.
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Narmada Guruswamy Jul 20
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NO LAMES🚫🚫🚫 6h
bruh I dont want my kids to speak ANY SPANISH
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EMPLOY Project Jul 15
Next PM Must Tackle 'Privilege Hoarders' To Close Class Divide, Justine Greening Warns
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Generation Medics 8h
80% of UK medical students come from 20% of its secondaries... We're already impacting pupils at 1000s of schools (& plan to work with even more) so no matter where you're from, if you'd make a great healthcare professional, you can do it🚀
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UCL Institute of Education (IOE) 12h
↕️ Does inter-generational have detrimental effects on the quality of social relationships and well-being? Find out in this seminar this Thurs, 25 July.
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The Social Mobility Foundation 14h
SMF’s Birmingham students are finding out about the financial services industry from professionals at . Thank you for having us!
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Faith Martin 6h
Replying to @official_faithm
PCC means Portsmouth City Council 😊
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Dr. K Boyle Jul 17
A wonderful, unexpected thing I’m still getting used to after grad school/employment: the ability to help friends/family financially. It’s hard watching others struggle & only offering your words because you make $14K a year & have no savings.
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Merced Union HSD Jul 19
The Gateway Scholarship Program offered at helps local high school students realize their dream of attending the world-class learning institution in their own backyard. Click on the story to learn more
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Social Mobility Comm Jul 19
Children from poorer backgrounds are much less likely to take part in any extra curricular activity than those from wealthy families, but particularly music classes and sport. Read our report here:
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BurgesSalmonCR Jul 19
Farewell to our 2nd 'Bright Sparks' work experience cohort . Concluding two very full weeks of shadowing, project work, presentations and much much more! Wishing our all the best for their futures.
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Children's University Jul 19
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