Through our grant-making, we contribute to educational policy, practice and research in order to shape and meet the evolving needs of London’s most disadvantaged young people.
Below are a selection of research publications we have commissioned and published in recent years, covering a variety of policy topics to help in inform our grant-making as well as the wider education sector.
These include our latest ten year impact report, as well as publications looking at barriers to Higher Education faced by marginalized or vulnerable groups, including care leavers and the GRT community.
Please note that most of these reports were published under our previous name, Sir John Cass's Foundation.
Here you can download our Annual Reports and Accounts, as well as brochures from our Annual Lecture series:
Professor Rosie Meek, Chartered Psychologist and founding Head of the Law School at Royal Holloway University of London
Dame Diane Lees DBE, Director-General, Imperial War Museums
David Isaac CBE, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission
Professor Frances Corner OBE, Head of London College of Fashion and Pro Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts, London
The Rt. Hon. Ruth Kelly, Pro Vice Chancellor, Research and Enterprise, St Mary’s University, Twickenham
Professor Sir Adrian Smith, FRS Vice-Chancellor, University of London
Martin Bean, Vice-Chancellor of The Open University
The Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield, FBA, Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History, Queen Mary, University of London
Rt Hon Ed Balls MP, Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families
Andrew Adonis, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Schools
Access to our records at London Metropolitan Archives
Since 1st June 2017, access to our archived records, which date from the early 1700s, can only be achieved with the written permission from us.
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Please take the letter of permission from us with you when you visit London Metropolitan Archive to view material.
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For examples of other grants we have made please see our Project Database.