We want to make social mobility real, to improve the lives of disadvantaged, vulnerable and underachieving children and young people in EnglandRead our Every Child Included in Education manifesto here
Turning the page on social mobility
Children and young people across the UK have read for more than 100 million minutes as part of a month-long reading competition. More than 200,000 children with collectively read for 100,019,560 minutes in schools, early years settings, homes, libraries and community groups throughout the month of March.
Inspire a generation of lifetime readers
World Book Day marks the launch of our 100 Million Minutes Reading challenge and the start of something big. Professor Sonia Blandford discusses how to inspire a generation of readers in our latest blog
TV star, Lennie James, highlights the life-changing power of reading
British actor and screenwriter, Lennie James, who has starred in hit TV shows and films including The Walking Dead, Blade Runner 2049 and Snatch, met with young people from Kingsford Community School to discuss the pivotal role reading had to play in his journey from a South London children’s home to Hollywood.
Our response to the Government's social mobility strategy
Achievement for All responds to the Government’s 'Unlocking Talent, Fulfilling Potential' strategy for improving social mobility through education.