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Evidence from Sutton Trust supports combined intervention programmes
We’re pleased to see that research from Sutton Trust published in December 2015 has shown that mentoring, multi-year combined interventions, personalised application information and assistance, residential programmes and tutoring are the strategies that are most likely to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds get into higher education.
The review highlights some common features of the most successful outreach programmes. These are: combining several strategies into one longitudinal programme, improving academic attainment, intervening early, involving teachers and working closely with parents.
For more information visit the Sutton Trust website.
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