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Queen Mary University has pledged to put the economy and quality of life of the community as the top of its list of priorities.

More than 100 Tower Hamlets residents have graduated from a series of different training programmes facilitated by Swan Housing and its partners.

Tower Hamlets is under huge financial pressure to support the growing number of kids with special needs, according to the council.

Queen Mary University is to launch the UK’s first ever degree for social change.

The first black footballer for Chelsea who was targeted for abuse by the club’s fans has told schoolchildren in Bow to call racism out.

Aspiring engineers were given the chance to build bridges with a special event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Mulberry School for Girls has been recognised as the top performing secondary school for progress in Tower Hamlets.

A new installation in this year’s Canary Wharf Winter Lights festival made by schoolchildren from Whitechapel has made quite a splash.

The first steps in getting into healthcare careers are being made for students and secondary pupils across east London with today’s launch of a programme “to secure the future of the NHS”.

A careers event for schoolchildren and their parents to learn about the fast-growing cultural sector is being held by an east London education charity to help develop the next generation of creative artists and designers.

Britain’s oldest professional chamber orchestra has started a residency at Queen Mary University for performance and music education which could include ‘flash’ mobs.

The deadline to apply for a primary school place for your child is next Tuesday.

Children from disadvantaged schools are being offered the chance to study a real human heart to better understand their own.

Nurseries in Tower Hamlets are to receive air quality audits to monitor pollution.

A “living nativity” procession heads off once again through the streets of Spitalfields with 180 schoolchildren and a donkey tomorrow.

Schoolchildren got into the Christmas spirit performing in their band for a public concert at St Dunstan’s historic parish church in Stepney works they’ve learned during the term.

A primary school Poplar has been named as the best in the borough.

An enterprise zone for artists and the creative industries is being set up at Hackney Wick as one of six schemes within the M25 unveiled today by the Mayor of London in the wake of the Brexit threat.

Youngsters who’ve won elections to be ‘youth mayors’ of Tower Hamlets over the past 10 years were invited to a Prince’s Trust reception in Whitechapel to meet up again with the council’s chief executive.

Schoolchildren have been helping create an artwork using statistics to show how the giant cantilevers and bascule counterweights lift Tower Bridge to let shipping through.

A violinist hopes to raise £15,000 to transform an old double-decker bus into a mobile music school.

Researchers from Queen Mary University have helped create the Xingu Village installation taking visitors to the heart of Brazil’s native communities.

The role in helping create the ‘Living Wage’ has put Queen Mary University on a list of the country’s best ‘breakthrough’ moments for its “impact on people’s lives”.

Medical science researchers at Queen Mary University have been listed in the top one per cent in the world for improving life.

A sports programme for youngsters aimed at tackling school truancy and improving classroom work is appealing for cash in the ‘Big Give’ Christmas challenge from tomorrow.

A new action plan is being put together to make children safer from street crime and lift families out of poverty in the East End, Tower Hamlets Council’s second youth summit heard.

Housing and Communities minister Lord Bourne has been on a fact-finding visit to east London to see how the government’s Controlling Migration fund is being spent.

A giant canvas of historical photographs of figures in the 19th and 20th centuries was projected onto the façade of the old London Hospital building in Whitechapel to mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS.

Almost all schools in Tower Hamlets are good or outstanding, Ofsted figures show.

An advice clinic set up as a temporary free service at Stratford following cuts to legal aid has won a funding contract for a permanent operation.

Children have spent four years researching the life of a pupil at their school more than 100 years ago who was later awarded the Victoria Cross posthumously after being killed in the First World War.

Pupils across Tower Hamlets are tucking into healthier school dinners following a revision to the menu.

A primary school and nursery with more than 400 places has opened in Bow Common.

Children have been put in charge of Tower Hamlets Council for a week.

Trade union GMB has criticised proposals to replace 11 staff with apprentices at a school in Poplar.


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