Education and learning
Our aim is to promote achievement through learning for everyone who lives, works, studies and teaches in the borough.
We provide education and training opportunities in schools, colleges, libraries and community venues across the borough.
Your chance to get involved in delivering children’s, youth and play services
We want to hear from local residents, groups and organisations that are interested in working with us in the delivery of children’s, youth and play services.
Information on learning in Lambeth for 14 to 19 year olds.
We provide education and training opportunities, for people over 19-years-old, to help you learn new things and gain the skills you need to get a job. Courses are provided in colleges and community venues across Lambeth and are free or very low cost.
Education Estates and Capital Projects (EECP) division is responsible for managing the estate and property of the Lambeth Children and Young Peoples Service and for delivering schools and community capital building projects.
Improving educational outcomes for Children Looked After (CLA) is a key council objective.
Help, support and resources for parents with school-age children in Lambeth.
Details of the schools, educational facilities and opportunities in Lambeth, including information on admissions, grants, school improvement and more.
We offer early years education and care for pre-school children up to the age of five. This section provides information about the services and opportunities available for pre-school children in Lambeth including information about childcare.
Information on activities outside of a school setting, including student mentoring schemes, young people's activities and youth groups.
The Children and Young People's Plan, sets out the vision and aspirations of Lambeth’s Children and Young People's Strategic Partnership for the children and young people in Lambeth.