Articles from the City of London Corporation

Charity rebuilding lives of asylum seekers and refugees awarded funding to cope with surge in demand

Funding to transform old Hackney tram shed into community hub

A mental health charity has received £150,000 to transform an old tram shed in Hackney’s Eastway Depot into a vibrant community mindfulness hub.

Skills therapy to give deaf children an equal start in school after surge in demand

A charity working to give deaf children and babies the opportunity to listen and speak as equals alongside their hearing peers has received funding for therapy sessions to keep up with demand in London.

5,000 young Londoners team up with global brands in major careers festival

Over 130 leading global businesses including Google, KPMG and Amazon are taking part in a major careers festival for more than 5,000 young Londoners.

City figures recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Former Lord Mayor of the City of London, Charles Bowman, has been awarded a knighthood for services to trust in business, international trade and the City of London in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

City’s Underground campaign championing London Living Wage wins award

The City of London Corporation has won an Industry Champion Award for its creative campaign encouraging financial and professional services firms to pay the London Living Wage.

Galleywall Primary rated outstanding by Ofsted

Galleywall Primary City of London Academy in Southwark has received a glowing Ofsted report achieving an ‘Outstanding’ rating in every one of the five assessment categories.

City of London Academy Islington celebrates 10 years

Staff, students and governors at the City of London Academy Islington (COLAI) are celebrating the school’s 10-year anniversary this week.

#MentalHealth issues brought out into the open by photo exhibition

Seventeen portraits of people who have experienced mental health difficulties will be exhibited at Guildhall this month to encourage others to talk about their own problems.

City of London Academy Islington recognised for being a school where “no child is left behind”

City of London Academy Islington (CoLAI), which is co-sponsored by the City of London Corporation and City, University of London, has been recognised for being a school where “no child is left behind” and where “outcomes are outstanding and pupils’ progress is exceptional” following a recent Ofsted inspection.

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