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  • The Higher Education Journey of Young London Residents 2018

    London Councils, Continuum University of East London and the London Borough of Newham have been collaborating over the past five years to examine the higher education journey of young London residents. The launch of this research report will highlight changes over the past decade in young people's participation, attainment and progression to the London labour market at London and local authority level.

  • Annual Statement of Priorities

    Vision 2020 sets out how the education and skills sector in London needs to change in the medium-to-long-term so that young Londoners access and participate in high quality learning that keeps pace with the changing world and young people are better equipped to play a full part in the London of the future.

    This annual statement of priorities “Participation, Achievement, Progression: Priorities for Young People’s Education and Skills 2018 to 2019” presents the areas in which immediate action is needed:

  • The Higher Education Journey of Young London Residents 2017

    London Councils with Continuum, University of East London and the London Borough of Newham have been collaborating for the past five years to examine the higher education journey of young London residents. The launch of this fifth annual research report will highlight changes in participation, attainment and progression to the London labour market at London and local authority level.

  • Young People's Education and Skills Work Experience Study

    London Councils commissioned YouGov to ask businesses across the capital about how they perceive young people and their attitude towards offering them experiences of the world of work.  YouGov's research shows that the majority of business leaders in the capital are incredibly positive about the benefits of employing young people and a significant number do offer work experience placements and other opportunities.

  • Vision 2020

    This statement of our vision for young Londoners' education and skills in 2020 sets out the key requirments of the education and skills system over the next three years that will best meet the needs of London.

    Our vision is that education and skills for young Londoners should be:

  • The Higher Education Journey for Young Londoners 2016

    London Councils with Continuum, University of East London and the London Borough of Newham have been collaborating for the past four years to examine the higher education journey of young London residents. 

  • 17+ participation, attainment and progression in London

    The quality of 17+ participation in the English education and training system is becoming a key indicator of its ability to promote sustained educational participation up to age of 18 in an era of Raising the Participation Age (RPA). Just staying-on post-16 for a short period is not enough.

  • Progression of College students in London to Higher Education 2007 to 2012

    This is the second report on the Progression of College students in London to Higher Education (2007 to 12) that Linking London has commissioned from the Centre for Leadership and Enterprise in the Faculty of Education and Health at the University of Greenwich.

  • London Ambitions Careers Offer

    Read the report, 'London Ambitions: Shaping a Successful Careers Offer for all Young Londoners'

  • Higher Education Journey of Young Londoners 2015

    The higher education journey of young London residents 2015 is the third in a series of reports which provide analysis of the HE journey of young London residents as they progress from 16-18 institutions on to their higher education study and beyond. 

    The report has been produced in partnership between the University of East London, London Councils, the London Borough of Newham. 

  • London Ambitions Careers Offer

    Read the report, 'London Ambitions: Shaping a Successful Careers Offer for all Young Londoners'

  • The higher education journey of young London residents 2014

    Analysis of the higher education journey of young London residents