Friday, August 18, 2017

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.

Tomorrow marks A-Levels results day, when students at sixth forms and colleges will finally know more about what comes next.

Teenagers are planning a take-over at east London’s historic Geffrye Museum for an evening which could help kick-start their careers in the arts.

An exhibition giving 45 GCSE Art students a chance to have their work on public show in a professional gallery has opened at east London’s famous Half Moon theatre.

In just over three weeks time we will see the first cohort of GCSE students decipher a mix of letters and numbers in their results. Here’s our guide to the new numerical grading system and what it means for pupils.

Students start an ‘Active Citizenship and Enterprise’ curricular programme at City Gateway College on the Isle of Dogs next month as part of the CBI’s Framework for Employability Skills.

Three schoolgirls from east London have won a poetry competition on social issues at Hampstead’s prestigious St Jude’s ‘Prom’ festival.

TV’s Professor Brian Cox and Lord Andrew Mawson took a walk around on the first day on Tuesday of the Science summer school being held in east London at St Paul’s Way Trust secondary.

Youngsters from the 2nd East London Scout Group have been collecting children’s books to help build libraries in some of the world’s poorest countries.

An academic programme for former Chelsea FC players making the transfer away from football as part of an ‘aftercare’ scheme is being set up by the Institute for Sport Business at its Hackney Wick campus.

A new multi-sensory exhibition has opened in east London in time for the school holidays where youngsters experience the ‘forest of the future’ to understand the natural world.

An art competition on how to change Hackney Road “for the better” has been scooped by pupils at Bethnal Green’s Oakland’s Secondary taking first and second places with several runners-up.

Hundreds of youngsters plan a town hall demonstration at tonight’s Tower Hamlets council meeting to protest at youth sports programme face being scrapped through lack of funds.

Police are running activities before schools break up at the end of term to deter youngsters from carrying knives during the summer holidays.

Schoolchildren who took a petition to the Department of Education in Whitehall about school funds being cut have learned tonight that the government may have found some cash after all—but their mums, dads and teachers aren’t holding their breath.

A primary school in Poplar celebrated the official launch of their edible food playground which was opened by the mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs.

The man at the centre of the £14 million rejuvenation of an educational and heritage centre in Shoreditch has been made an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Princess Anne has been discussing the Syrian refugee crisis on her visit to east London this-afternoon to open Queen Mary University’s new £39 million Graduate centre at Mile End.

A leading educationalist who brought academy primary schooling to Tower Hamlets has died following an accident while on holiday in France with her family.

Maths-mad ‘brainiac’ schoolchildren from Limehouse have toppled their ‘shooting star’ rivals down the road in Poplar to take this year’s Top School title in the fifth annual Number Partners challenge.

A ‘headmaster’ dressed like they did 100 years ago dropped into Mayflower Primary wielding an impressive cane for a re-enactment of a typical day of lessons in 1917.

Beefeaters were out on the march around the ancient Tower of London last night to mark out the boundary of their historic royal palace grounds.

A campaign by parents to get children in Tower Hamlets reading early has led to a new school library being opened at Shadwell’s Bigland Green Primary.

A road safety campaign by pupils at a school in Bow has won backing from the mayor of Tower Hamlets.

Retired school teacher Chris Searle is back to meet some of his old pupils today who came out on strike when he was sacked for publishing a controversial book of their poems called Stepney Words.

Youngsters on Toynbee Hall’s youth project called Make It have done just that—making their own outdoor classroom.

Headteacher Patrice Canavan was asked to address a major education conference in Norway with two of her sixthform pupils from Bethnal Green’s Oaklands Secondary about ‘pupil inclusion’.

TV crews have been filming a children’s drama series starting later this month that used an east London housing estate as a set.

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