Right To Succeed

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Registered address
32 Cubitt Street,
London,
WC1X 0LR

Phone
020 8099 5171

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Charity number
1160886

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Right to Succeed is a charity that supports schools in low-income communities to get better outcomes for their young people, focusing on improved grades, character development and the quality of experience received by the pupils.

We were founded in 2015 with the vision that the only barriers to achievement and social mobility should be hard work and focus, giving every child the right to be able to succeed. 

For this to be the case, we need every school in low-income communities to be at least ‘good’ according to OFSTED, but this is far from the case. A young person attending a state school in the most disadvantaged quartile is 1/3 as likely to attend a school that is ‘outstanding’ when compared to their peers attending state schools in the highest advantage quartile. They are also three times as likely to attend a school that ‘requires improvement’, and 10 times as likely to attend a school that is ‘inadequate’. Our current education system is a block to social mobility.
Our objective is to eliminate this disadvantage factor in schools and by 2020 to have developed and proven a replicable, scalable and bespoke process for school improvement.
Our solution takes a collective impact approach, bringing together providers of interventions with a proven track record in
delivering specific solutions to specific problems.
We do this by addressing systemic disadvantage in four ways:
1) Raising funds - philanthropy, social investment and commissioning. 
2) Evidencing need - providing a holistic assessment of school need from pupils, parents and teachers. 
3) Change management - building capacity of school leaders to respond to their needs and work in a different way.
4) Quality Assurance - ensuring that milestones, outputs and quality measures are being met.

For this to be the case, we need every school in low-income communities to be at least ‘good’ according to OFSTED, but this is far from the case. A young person attending a state school in the most disadvantaged quartile is 1/3 as likely to attend a school that is ‘outstanding’ when compared to their peers attending state schools in the highest advantage quartile. They are also three times as likely to attend a school that ‘requires improvement’, and 10 times as likely to attend a school that is ‘inadequate’. Our current education system is a block to social mobility.

Our objective is to eliminate this disadvantage factor in schools and by 2020 to have developed and proven a replicable, scalable and bespoke process for school improvement.


Our solution takes a collective impact approach, bringing together providers of interventions with a proven track record indelivering specific solutions to specific problems.We do this by addressing systemic disadvantage in four ways:

1) Raising funds - philanthropy, social investment and commissioning. 

2) Evidencing need - providing a holistic assessment of school need from pupils, parents and teachers. 

3) Change management - building capacity of school leaders to respond to their needs and work in a different way.

4) Quality Assurance - ensuring that milestones, outputs and quality measures are being met.

 

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