Schools Link is a voluntary organisation that aims to promote support
for schools in the Greater London area by Livery Companies of the
City of London and their members, helping to prepare young people
for the world of work.
We seek to act as the link between schools in need of help and
members of the Livery who wish to offer assistance in any form.
We act as a forum for the exchange of ideas and best practice in
the field and maintain links with the educational community. We
also run occasional events for our members on relevant topics. This
can range from one day events to ongoing partnerships with a school.
Our mission is to assist children from less advantaged backgrounds
to receive an enhanced educational experience at school and to have
their personal aspirations raised, thereby increasing their employability
and career options.
We are always looking for more members and for more ways to help
young people so if you are a school or Livery company based in London,
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also read our latest Chairman's Report.
News: ENDURING STORIES FROM THE SUPPLY CHAIN TO WW1 DISCOVERED
Livery Schools Link is thrilled to announce this exciting project. Working with 13 schools and16 Livery Companies and funded by a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, we are embarking on a creative journey through the supply chain to the First World War. Click here to read more.
News: OPENING CEREMONY AND PRIVATE VIEW: THURSDAY 30 MARCH 2017 17.30 - 19.00, GUILDHALL ART GALLERY
The exhibition of art work from the Livery Schools Link WW1 Commemoration Project “Echoes Across the Century” will be open from Friday 31 March to Sunday 16 July 2017 inclusive.
Invitations to the Private View on Thursday 30 March 17.30 - 19.00 will go out in early February.
This project is fully funded by the Heritage Lottery fund with generous support from the Livery Companies involved in the project. LSL is grateful for the support from many quarters for this extraordinary project investigating the stories behind the scenes of WW1 and appreciates the commitment and enthusiasm of the participating schools, staff, students and parents alike.
For more information about the project visit “Echoes Across the Century” or follow us on Twitter @WW1Echoes.