Lilian Baylis Technology School

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Lilian Baylis Technology School
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Front entrance on Kennington Lane
323 Kennington Lane

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SE11 5QY

Coordinates51°29′10″N 0°07′10″W / 51.4860°N 0.1195°W / 51.4860; -0.1195Coordinates: 51°29′10″N 0°07′10″W / 51.4860°N 0.1195°W / 51.4860; -0.1195
TypeCommunity school
Local authorityLambeth
Department for Education URN100625 Tables
HeadteacherGary Phillips
Age11 to 19

Lilian Baylis Technology School (LBTS) is a secondary school for students from ages 11–19, in Kennington, London, England.


The school is named after Lilian Baylis(1874 – 1937), a theatrical producer and manager who lived nearby in Stockwell. It was originally based in purpose-built 1960s school buildings at Lollard Street, Kennington before moving to the current premises on Kennington Lane in 2005.[1] The 6th form LBT6 opened its doors in September 2012.


Headteacher: Gary Phillips, Deputy Headteacher (Curriculum): Su Wardrop, Deputy Headteacher (Inclusion) : Elga Stuck and Deputy Headteacher (Achievement): Karen Chamberlain. The school has a house system. Each student and teacher is put in one of 4 houses. These are Sapphire Sharks, Ruby Bears, Emerald Crocs and Amber Lions.


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