Welcome to London Diocesan Board for Schools (LDBS)
Our 161 Church of England schools open their doors to 58,000 pupils each day. It is our privilege to lead, equip and encourage them as we serve and support education right across our thriving, diverse and vibrant Diocese.
Our aim is for children and young people to flourish in the widest sense. Church schools are for everyone: this principle is as important to us today as it was when the LDBS was established in 1836. Find out more about our 2030 Vision.
The outstanding LDBS team is dedicated to providing excellent training, advice, and resources to our whole extended family of schools and their leaders, teachers, support staff, governors and chaplains. Our support is broad: from school standards to the impact of the school’s Christian vision, from recruitment to HR to buildings maintenance.
“I have come in order that you might have life – life in all its fullness.” Jesus (John 10:10)
As you read about our work, please pray with us that the children and young people we serve will know life in all its fullness.
Diocesan Director of Education (designate)
Main Image – Freezywater St George’s- uploaded 30/6/22
From single form entry primary schools to large secondary schools; our family of schools covers a large area of London, North of the Thames, and Surrey.
Our ambition is two-fold: that all our schools will be valued for their excellence in education; and that there will be a place for every child wishing to go to a Church of England school.
Join our family of over 8,000 staff in one of our 161 Church of England schools across London. Below you'll find some of our current vacancies.
If you would like to talk about working at our school please contact our Recruitment Co-ordinator, Stuart Webster E: email@example.com
Become a Governor
All schools have their own governing bodies made up of individuals from different parts of school life. Parents, staff, members of the community, church or local authority are all welcome to be governors at our schoolsFind out more about becoming a governor