Created 4 years ago, updated 2 years ago

As London recovers from the effects of COVID-19, it is vital that we understand the educational pathways for young people and do all we can to support them in their journey.

We know that the negative impact of the pandemic has disproportionately affected young people. At this time, it is vital that young people receive high quality careers education, information, advice and guidance, and are fully supported in their study programmes.

To establish a clearer understanding of what is driving post-16 education choices and performance in the capital, the GLA and London Councils commissioned Mime and the UCL Institute of Education to conduct research which tracked the pathways of 355,000 London residents from age 15 to 18.