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Contemporary singing workshops to teach soul, pop and gospel are being set up for teenagers in London’s East End run by professional choral conductors.

A campaign of mental awareness has been launched by teenagers with a film they shot themselves at their school in London’s East End where there is one of the country’s highest levels of mental illness.

The Mayor in one of Britain’s most deprived areas has called on the Prime Minister to scrap her planned changes to school funding which threaten cuts in areas with children from the poorest backgrounds.

Traditional instruments have been transformed by computer science to create sounds previously impossible which were demonstrated at the annual Children’s Christmas lecture in east London.

A woman working on a temporary contract for her local authority after growing up in a deprived immigrant community in London’s East End has finally qualified as a solicitor—eight years after graduation and being turned down for countless jobs.

Former England cricketer Devon Malcolm was joined by pupils from Bethnal Green’s Hague Primary to formally open the London Stock Exchange in the City.

Teenagers are volunteering as reading ‘buddies’ for primary schoolchildren in London’s East End as a way of building self-confidence and giving something back to their deprived communities.

Planning permission has been given for a second £1.8m science education ‘pod’ at the famous Centre of the Cell complex in London’s East End.

Teenagers from London’s East End where gardens are thin on the ground have won a prestigious ‘creative space’ race for a community garden.

Pupils in one of London’s most deprived areas have set up their own Christmas collection for the local foodbank to help families in poverty.

New apprenticeships in business and administration have been started with the local authority by another 27 school-leavers in London’s East End.

A play teaching children how to cope with mental illness in the family is being staged at east London’s Half Moon theatre for audiences as young as three.

Primary schoolchildren are to get free breakfasts before they start lessons each day at 57 more schools around Britain in a campaign launched today in London’s deprived East End.

Teenager Eleanor Pettem never had a maritime career on the Thames on her ‘radar’—but now has a taste for it when she leaves school after her work experience on patrol with the Port of London Authority.

Thousands of volunteers from big business are touring schools in London’s deprived East End helping improve basic learning skills and giving a taste of life in the world of work.

Applications have opened for training in film-making in the New Year at studios in London’s East End where potential ‘Steven Spielbergs’ get the chance to make their own movie.

ADVERTISER 150: We continue our nightly celebration of the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary looking at some of the big stories of the day, like the opening of the iconic Tower Bridge by the Prince of Wales on 1894, London’s gateway on the Thames, a symbol of British imperial power in the last decade of the 19th century...

Young police cadets from Tower Hamlets schools have returned to east London from visiting Auschwitz Nazi death camp where they took evidence of the Holocaust in the Second world War..

A working-class lad who left school in London’s East End with no qualifications the day before his 16th birthday has been given an honorary university degree for his contribution to the business world and supporting young entrepreneurs.

Youngsters from poor backgrounds in east London have taken part in a day of City dealing at a leading bank to find out if they have what it takes to be stockmarket traders.

Hundreds of GSCE drama students are in the last two days of learning how to create professional theatre in a programme at the Half Moon in London’s East End.

A show about pursuing dreams is being staged for children in London’s East End on Saturday morning to stimulate youngsters’ imaginations by exploring the senses.

The remains of the stage built for Shakespeare’s historic Curtain Theatre is much longer than first thought and contains evidence of a passageway beneath it, archaeologists have discovered.

Teenagers have opted for competitive science and maths projects at school on Friday afternoons in London’s East End rather than starting the weekend early.

An education charity has launched a national competition backed by financiers in the City to find “the next big ideas” to make sure no child’s education is limited by poverty or background.

A film and a song created by children to show just how much their playground means to them has bagged them a top award.

Concerns over increasing numbers of students reportedly living in fear of hate crimes due to their sexuality were raised at the LGBT Leaders Conference.

Good news for student in need of financial support as an East End university has announced more than 350 scholarships for the 2017/18 academic year.

A Tower Hamlets school has been recognised for its support of children’s mental health and has nominated one of its staff members for a national award.

A complaint often lodged against young people is that they don’t take enough of an active interest in politics.

Four mature students challenge the younger generation tonight when they become the first-ever University of East London team to appear on BBC TV’s long-running University Challenge.

Moves are under way to help prevent youngsters in London’s East End being brainwashed on social media by extremist organisations like Daish.

A running programme has been started for primary schools in east London to help children get active early and for life.

Bumblebees have positive emotions after drinking small droplets of sweet sugar water, biologists in east London have discovered.

Students took centre stage and enjoyed the limelight at an awards night celebrating their academic prowess.

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