A new survey has revealed the often “extraordinary” lengths parents have gone to get their children into their preferred primary school.
Our Student Takeover 2018 drew to a close on Friday with an awards ceremony, but the story is not over for one budding journalist.
College of North West London student Tadhg Ormond delves into the history of a school which has been serving the community since before the First World War
It has been quite a week here at the Ham&High with the introduction of no less than 11 new reporters to the team.
A school has pulled out all the stops to champion all things scientific.
A group of 15 budding politicians have launched their campaigns to become Camden’s next youth MP.
South Hampstead High School’s bursary scheme has been championed by a former student who grasped the opportunity with both hands.
A team of media-hungry teenagers have arrived at the Ham&High for the Student Takeover 2018.
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama has backed the Mayor of London’s commitment to calling out sexist and misogynistic attitudes.
Plans for a raft of Catholic schools to form an academy trust have been kicked into the long grass due to a lack of interest from those consulted.
Camden and Haringey schoolchildren have been celebrating the magic of fiction on World Book Day.
The Ham&High’s student takeover team has been decided following a Dragons’ Den-style pitching session at the City of Westminster College.
Placard-bearing staff at UCL have entered their second week of strikes in response to a dispute over pensions.
A consultation has been launched on plans to bring a specialist school for young people with autism to Haringey.
An Archway children’s centre has been rated “outstanding” across the board in its latest Ofsted report.
Fortismere School has appointed two permanent headteachers following a “rigorous selection process”.
A Camden super group has been formed to ensure that “no child gets left behind in Camden”.
The decision to admit girls into UCS Hampstead 10 years ago has been described as “ground-breaking”.
Former La Sainte Union student Eden Lunghy, 18, speaks to the Ham&High about her role as a Camden deputy youth mayor.
“Promoting equality and empowerment” remains at the forefront for an independent school celebrating 100 years since women were first able to exercise their right to vote.
Children at Our Lady of Muswell Primary School were left “stunned” by a surprise visit of Britain’s tallest man.
Hornsey School for Girls has been named as the best performing school for progress in Haringey.
Camden School for Girls has been recognised as the top performing schools for progress in the borough.
The headteacher of St Aloysius College in Archway has been suspended from his post after being arrested on suspicion of fraud.
Highgate Primary School has received a donation of 100 trees to help transform the site into a greener and healthier space.
The future is bright for Hawley Primary School following the official opening of its new building.
Students from Portland Place School have demonstrated their support for anti-bullying by winning first place in the ‘odd socks day challenge’.
A Golders Green school is celebrating after receiving an “outstanding” Ofsted report.
Our Lady of Muswell Hill Primary School is on the up after receiving an upgrade in its Ofsted rating.
A Coldfall Primary School student has been named as the number one ranked under-10s table tennis player in the country.
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