Information useful for all staff including learning and development; health, safety and wellbeing and related governance issues.     

Staff Survey 2015

Staff Survey 2015 - Get Involved

The 2015 Staff Survey will launch in November and we’re looking for key contacts across all departments, centres, institutes and divisions. We need help with testing the survey, promoting it to colleagues and feeding back results across the School. It’s a great opportunity to network within your area and be an important part of a school-wide project.

If you would be interested in joining the Staff Survey team please check with your manager and email Fran Hannan. Staff Survey Contacts would be needed to attend an initial briefing on week commencing 12 October.

Staff feedback provides a credible picture about the strengths and areas for development of the School and it is important that everyone has their say. The Staff Survey will be your opportunity to feedback in order to improve your working environment and the School.

We had a great response to the survey in 2012 and want to do really well again this year to make sure we hear from as many people as possible. To do so - all we need is you!

Visit the web page for more information on the Staff Survey 2015.


Spectrum dates for the diary - book now:

Spectrum Michaelmas Term welcome reception, Thursday 15 October 2015, 5.30-7.30pm, Shaw Library

A Night at the Movies: XXY, Monday 26 October 2015, 5.45-8.30pm, venue to be announced

Spectrum is LSE's LGBT+ staff network. Whether you're a member or a supporter, all are welcome to our events and we'd love to see you there. Refreshments will be provided.

LSE nursery

LSE Nursery spaces available 

LSE Nursery has spaces available for all age groups, if you like to apply for a space please submit an online application form here.

We also offer viewings any week day by appointment please email us

LSE Building Leaves

The LSE Language Centre

Language Courses (extra curricular)

Why not start a new language or improve on your existing language skills this year? The Language Centre currently offers Arabic, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish as part of their Certificate Course programme.

Tandem Learning

Would you like to practise the language you're learning by meeting regularly with a native speaker? The Tandem Learning Programme is a great way to supplement your language learning. It is free of charge and you can benefit whatever your language level.