Members may be interested in reading about a few interesting facts about our stunning Livery Hall in an article written by the Hire Space team here.
Members will be delighted to know that Stationers' Hall will again be opening its doors to take part in the city-wide celebration, Open House London.
Stationers' Hall will be open on Sunday, 17 September 2017 from 10am - 5pm (last admission 4.30pm).
St Martin within Ludgate Church will also be open on Sunday, 17 September 2017 from 1.30pm – 4.30pm.
Members will be interested to read Rebecca Snow's piece on her work helping to pack up the Archive for storage while the new Archive is built. Click here to read. Rebecca is one the Company's Bursary Recipients and it is great to hear about her current work and of course to have had her help on this important project.
This event was well attended by members of the Stationers', Marketors' and Information Technologists' Companies and Stationer Phil Elder reports that it provided a multi-faceted insight into the issues of augmented reality. The Master, in his opening comments (see photo above) stressed the importance of such Inter-Livery events before introducing the evening's speakers who were:
Members will have read of the overall exam success at SCWA and Past Master Kevin Dewey has elaborated in his Governors' Report of the summer term (click here to read in full) but the Evening Standard picked out one extremely successful SCWA student, Joshua Baker. Our congratulations to Joshua!
For news about their recent Ofsted report and this summer's exam results click here to go through to the SCWA page where you will find the Governors' report.
Sixth Form students at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy were celebrating their A Level and BTEC results today with the Academy reporting an increase in the overall performance of Year 13.
Initial headline figures show that the overall pass rate increased to 99% (98% in 2016) and the percentage of students achieving top A*-C grades increased to 77% (70% in 2016). Maths, Economics, Sociology and Psychology were the top performing subjects at A Level. Vocational subjects also performed exceptionally well with the average grade across the cohort improving to Distinction* minus.
Freeman Roger Jeal reports:
On 3 August Past Master Helen Esmonde promised her Guildhall Library audience a high-speed journey from the quill to the search engine and was true to her word.
Members may be interested to learn more about the 2017 Young Furniture Maker's Exhibition which they can do by visiting the Notice Board in the Members Only area.