Livery Schools Link works with Livery Companies and schools to benefit young people in education.
The Livery in Education 2021 booklet has just been published. Contributions from the Livery Companies and Guilds of the City of London demonstrate the importance that Livery Companies place on helping education at school level and often beyond.
The Livery Education Conference 2021 and LSL Annual Careers Showcase 2021 are still going ahead – find out more here.
LSL Annual Careers Showcase 2021
The Livery Showcase which is part of the London Careers Festival (LCF) will be virtual again this year. The secondary school showcase for years 8 and 9 is on Tuesday 29 June 2021 and the primary Showcase for years 5 and 6 is on Wednesday 30 June 2021. Schools can sign up to attend for one hour slots on the London Careers Festival website.
The Digital Divide
LSL launches campaign to tackle digital disadvantage!
Livery Schools Link has launched a fundraising campaign to help buy devices and connections for the most disadvantaged students in schools who are suffering device poverty. Can you help?
Can You Volunteer?
Are you a member of a Livery Company or Guild?
Help inspire students and develop their employability skills at the same time. Whether you are just starting out in your career, or have many years experience, there are opportunities for everyone. Can you help?
Does Your School Need Volunteers?
Volunteers for Schools
Livery Schools Link supports members of Livery Companies and Guilds to volunteer with schools to help them with career talks, employability days and work experience.
Latest From LSL
The Livery in Education 2021 booklet has just been published. Contributions for the Livery Companies and Guilds of the City of London demonstrate the importance that Livery Companies place on helping education at school level and often beyond.
We held a successful virtual conference on Tuesday March 9 under the title ‘Preparing Young People for the Changing Future’. We had 100 people attending from Livery Companies and schools. We are analysing the feedback at present and will put details up on the Website when these are ready. View programme here:
There is a new comprehensive FREE careers toolkit available on the SACU website, called Careers HELP that can be accessed at http://www.sacu-student.com/help. Careers HELP has been designed for years 8-10 and introduces the concept of “careers” when GCSE choices are made. Together with the SACU Career quiz, set for years 11-13, it creates a seamless