Hannah Ellis
Cooperation + Time = Equity + Learning


Providing all children with a good basic education is critical to increasing social mobility. Your birthplace should not be a determining factor on what you go on to achieve during your lifetime. The UK's state schools, however, are not providing an equitable education experience, and the divide between students from the richest and poorest backgrounds does not appear to be narrowing. Numerous reforms to both curriculum and structure have not managed to address this. Although good teachers and schools are key, to what extent can the general public influence secondary school learning in an attempt to help all children succeed, just by putting their time back into education?