Latest Hampstead & Highgate education news
A team of Hampstead schoolgirls have beaten 8,000 rivals to reach the final of a competition to find the best code breakers of the future.
Students at St Anthony’s School for Girls embraced new technology by building robots and rockets as part of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) week.
A group of fearless Coleridge Primary School students have taken a public speaking competition by storm.
Channing School has been getting the dads on board as part of an awareness campaign to eradicate gender inequality in the workplace.
A trust which supports young woman who are struggling to make ends meet is campaigning to address the gender gap in apprenticeship schemes.
We spoke to St Anthony’s School for Girls headteacher Laura Martin about her first year at the helm.
Students have paid tribute to pioneering author Jane Austen in the year which marks the 200th anniversary of her death.
A study looking into the growth of home education in London has revealed a 582 per cent increase in the number of children being taught at home over the last 10 years.
St Anthony’s School for Girls has launched a new mindfulness initiative to teach the pupils the importance of looking after their mental health and wellbeing.
A union has called on the government to back up its mission to change attitudes towards mental health issues suffered by young people.
Education is the key to ending the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), according to the founder of an awareness charity.
A South Hampstead High School stalwart has been celebrated more than 40 years after she retired.
A 15-year-old girl is running a debating programme to ensure that state school kids get their voices heard.
A short film to encourage children to talk about their feelings in the classroom was shown today at Primrose Hill Primary School.
A determined duo from across the pond who brought up their children in north west London are on a mission to encourage healthy relationships among young people and teach them about the many pitfalls surrounding social media.
We spoke to writer and education journalist Fiona Millar about her time at Camden School for Girls (1968-1975).
Parents, students and staff at a Highgate school have found a creative way to protest against funding cuts across Haringey.
The ‘Crouch End tidy up’ was in full swing on Saturday as families came together to spruce up the area.
Schoolchildren across Camden and Haringey have been sharing their love of fiction on World Book Day.
St Anthony’s School for Girls has hosted its first “Whole Day of Reading” event in celebration of National Storytelling Week.
Governors have applied for Swiss Cottage School to be turned into an academy despite only seven parents backing the proposal in a consultation.
A state school is making waves in sailing after being accepted to enter the Rolex Fastnet Offshore race in August.
A much-loved nursery is fighting the threat of closure after more than a decade of dedicated service in Archway.
A Highgate school which prides itself on being a pioneer in teaching Mandarin is pulling out all the stops to embrace Chinese culture.
A Highgate multi-arts venue has announced its spring season and it is bursting at the seams with shows for all the family.
An expanding performing arts school that counts Dame Judi Dench and Vanessa Redgrave among its alumni is bidding to be a world leader in drama.
A Tufnell Park state school is seeking former students who can inspire the current generation to academic success and career confidence.
Brookfield Primary School came out on top in the fifth Camden maths challenge.
A crop of fearless teenagers took to the stage last night to showcase the public speaking talent on offer in Haringey.
The Princess Royal, Chancellor of the University of London, unveiled the Garden Halls in Cartwright Gardens
Parents and staff of a Highgate early years centre have set up a charity page to raise £10,000 in a desperate bid to save their vital centre.
A pair of schools have had their newly-opened buildings blessed by bishops.
Campaigners against funding cuts to schools in Haringey have called on parents to turn the tide.
A Camden School for Girls student has seen her rejection letter from Oxford University go viral after transforming into a work of art.
A parent-led national campaign is being launched in Haringey in response to school funding cuts.
Budding thespians at Portland Place School took to the stage to perform the first play acted out solely by the upper school.
In our latest questions and answers instalment the author of White Teeth, Zadie Smith, looks back at attending Hampstead School between 1986 and 1993.
A pioneering weekly fitness programme at a Highgate school involving staff, students and parents has been given the seal of approval by a Great British Olympic athlete.
Parents and schools have been hard at work preparing for this year’s round of nativity plays.
Camden, Barnet and Haringey primary schools have beat the national average for SAT results.
Staff and students welcoming 250 homeless guests into the school over the Christmas period believe it is their duty to reach out to isolated people in the community.
There’s plenty of Christmas fun to be had across London’s parks and museums as Bridget Galton wraps up warm and discovers for herself.
Parents have been left in the dark as to why the headteacher of a primary school has not been at work for the past six months.
A former London Metropolitan University lecturer is looking to inspire the next generation of architects with a series of early years workshops in Islington.
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