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The Pathways to Law programme was set up in 2006 by The Sutton Trust and The Legal Education Foundation, with support from major law firms, to inspire and support academically-able students in year 12 and 13 from non-privileged backgrounds interested in a career in law.

Pathways to Law was established to widen access to the legal profession. It followed research by the Trust which showed that the top echelons of the profession were drawn from a narrow range of social backgrounds – and law firms were not making full use of the talents of students from non-privileged homes.

2,000 students have already benefitted from the programme, which is the largest access initiative of its type. Thanks to a generous grant of £1.2m from the Legal Education Foundation, matched by a further £1.2m from leading law firms and universities, another 1,200 students will take part in Pathways over the next four years.

Applications for Pathways to Law are open until Monday 5th October.  Click here to find out more.

  • Inside the 'Robin Room' Nurture Space.

  • A Numbers Count intervention learning space.

  • Literacy Intervention learning space.

  • Sensory corner in a Nurture Room.

  • Parents can meet up at 'The Coffee Shop' at Wyndham Park Infant School.

  • The Parent Support Adviser in 'The Coffee Shop' at Wyndham Park Infant School.

  • A Numbers Count Learning Wall.

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