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New ‘pupil-designed’ facility unveiled in Bow

New ‘pupil-designed’ facility unveiled in Bow

A new family meeting facility, designed and made-over by a group of Year 8 pupils, was unveiled today at the Bow School of Maths and Computing.…

Money management in east London schools

Money management in east London schools

Two east London colleges have started offering money management workshops to their students after MPs called for financial education to be made compulsory.…

Croydon school closes after power failure

Croydon school closes after power failure

An east Croydon school has been forced to temporarily close after a power outage resulted in a heating and electricity breakdown.…

Schools see “phenomenal improvement”

Schools see “phenomenal improvement”

The City Academy, one of Hackney’s newest schools, has been rated “outstanding” in its latest Ofsted report.…

Strict “superhead” replaced at failing school

Strict “superhead” replaced at failing school

A new head teacher has been appointed at a struggling Croydon primary school after the “superhead” was fired, just two days into the role.…

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Journalism Summer School 16-18 year olds

Journalism Summer School 16-18 year olds

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A quarter of children miss out on first choice school

A quarter of children miss out on first choice school

Many children in Tower Hamlets will be refused attendance at their first choice of secondary school as competition for places remains fierce this year. A statement released by Tower Hamlets council reveals that 26 per cent of children in the borough will miss out on their first choice, almost twice…

One in five use Lewisham libraries but cuts still loom

One in five use Lewisham libraries but cuts still loom

One in five people living in Lewisham use the borough’s 11 libraries, five of which are set to close within the next few months. East London Lines has learned this week that there were 52,788 active library borrowers in 2010.…

“Superhead” sacked after two days in the job

“Superhead” sacked after two days in the job

A “superhead” brought in to help a struggling Croydon primary school has been sacked after just two days. Craig Tunstall is reported to have suspended seven pupils in his 48-hour stint as headmaster at the Oval Primary School in Croydon.…