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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Pupils turned detective in east London when they tackled the mystery of finding out who stole money collected for a school party.

The big ‘Fun Palace’ attracted 500 children and parents to east London’s Half Moon theatre for a science and space travel adventure day.

Future astronaut Hussain Manawer presented the annual New City College ‘students of the year’ awards telling them to aim high in life.

No sooner the school summer holidays are over when east London’s Geffrye Museum announces its end-of-term Christmas activities.

An aspiring fashion designer is aiming for the catwalk, despite being 71 years old.

Children are going ‘out of this world’ at a free space-themed ‘Fun Palace’ celebration of arts and culture in east London all day tomorrow.

A Sandford award for heritage education has been given to east London’s Geffrye Museum recognising its innovation learning programmes and facilities.

Bumblebees may be able to tell us why some people are smarter than others, according to researchers at east London’s Queen Mary University.

Teenager Seema Begum’s strong poem on her thoughts about identity, freedom and being a Muslim woman in east London has been chosen to be broadcast nationwide on the BBC.

Here is next season’s ‘must wear’ for anyone with specs—designed by a four-year-old from east London who has her eye on a future in ophthalmic design when she grows up.

Kids were climbing the wall in east London at Swanlea School’s fifth annual family day.

Applications have opened for free training in film and TV production for people in east London who are unemployed or on low pay.

Research by school pupils in east London into the impact the First World War had on the people of Bow and Mile End is being published in two books this weekend.

Ashley Banjo and cast members of Disney On Ice hosted a ‘Fit to Dance’ workshop today for some lucky children from Bethnal Green’s Chisenhale Primary school in east London.

An award-winning herb garden that was once just derelict wasteland behind the Geffrye Museum is now marking its 25th anniversary.

Pupils at two Tower Hamlets primary schools could be better protected from toxic fumes after the mayor of London announced they would be subject to an air quality audit.

The education “preferred provider” for students training as social workers across north-east London has been named today as the London Met University.

The new first-year pupils at Bethnal Green’s Morpeth School marked their first week at secondary education by playground team-building balancing a ball on a flower pot.

Schools can now arrange trips to meet dinosaurs in the wild in east London and get a grip on prehistoric monsters from the classroom.

A new ‘outdoor classroom’ canopy has appeared for the start of the new term at Mile End’s John Scurr Primary.

The new Year 7 pupils join Whitechapel’s Swanlea School in east London today for the start of their first term in secondary education a day before the older pupils arrive.

Schoolchildren had their last taste of the summer holidays in east London before returning to school today with fun days on two housing estates.

Education authorities are at risk of being unable to meet demand for secondary school places in the next five years, the Local Government Association warns.

The government is pledging to take illegal material like “how to make a bomb” down from the internet in its renewed battle to prevent schoolchildren becoming radicalised.

An impressive 65 per cent of pupils got five grades of four plus in maths and English at east London’s Langdon Park Secondary in today’s GCSE results.

A new grading system made it tougher for this year’s GCSE pupils for maths and English, with the old ‘star’ lettering system faded out and replaced by a numbering.

With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their GCSE results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.

Students from George Green’s School have been praised for their “richly deserved” success on results day.

Students at Bow School are celebrating their “fantastic results” in this year’s A-level exams.

Teenager Ciaran Constable will become the first Green Spring Academy Shoreditch to secure a place at Cambridge.

A 20-year-old forced to move home after a serious house fire two weeks before his A-levels said he was left “a bit frazzled” after reading his results.

The headteacher at Mulberry School for Girls has praised her students’ “outstanding” A-level results.

Pupils at Bishop Challoner are celebrating after almost a quarter of all grades were A or A*.

As young people open their AS and A-level results, Childline is offering support to those worried about their results.

With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their A-level results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.

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