Latest Hampstead & Highgate education news
Charitable students at UCS Hampstead have clubbed together to give a mammoth donation to the north Paddington food bank.
Meeting the need for extra school places remains a key priority for Camden, Barnet and Haringey councils, in the face of warnings about a looming shortfall.
Nobody goes to university without knowing they’ll take on debt.
Whizz-kids are giving the older generation a helping hand at Highgate School by running a technology club for ex-students.
The head of English at St Anthony’s School for Boys is a double champion after wining two gold medals at the European Masters Marathon Championships in Poland.
The Mayor of London has been applauded for tackling pollution in Camden after three of the borough’s primary schools were included in the first wave of ‘air quality audits’.
A school expansion has been lauded by Camden Council, despite “teething problems” over travel arrangements around the site.
A tech-savvy Abacus Belsize Park Primary School teacher will be inspiring her pupils this term after spending part of the summer break at a celebrated teaching event in California.
A blogger has been jailed for nine months after harassing parents of children caught up in false allegations of a ‘satanic paedophile ring’ at a Camden school.
Portland Place school headteacher David Bradbury...
A top Highgate independent school is acting as the principle educational sponsor to a state-funded academy which opened its doors in Tottenham on Monday with the chief aim of providing disadvantaged students living in Haringey with a “first class” education.
Following the much anticipated grading changes to GCSEs, three quarters of students at Westminster Academy were celebrating achieving the benchmark grade of a pass at GCSE.
The principal of Greig City Academy has lauded the ‘outstanding’ achievements of his GCSE students, with some of them setting their sights on Oxbridge degrees.
Students collecting their GCSE results across Camden yesterday morning have produced scores that are well above the national average.
Highgate School’s students have risen to the challenge of tougher exams by producing top results, according to headteacher Adam Pettitt.
Hornsey School for Girls have said despite reforms the school has achieved another set of “fantastic” GCSE results.
Students at King Alfred School have bucked the national trend after achieving their strongest raft of A* and A grades for 10 years.
North Bridge House Senior Hampstead students have bucked the national trend after receiving their GCSE exam results this morning.
The UCL Academy in Swiss Cottage celebrated it’s first ever GCSE results day with plenty of students securing impressive grades.
Pupils at South Hampstead High School were celebrating this morning as they collected the school’s best ever GCSE results, with a record-breaking 77.4% of entries awarded the top A* grade (up 13% on 2016) whilst an incredible 94.6% of entries were graded A*/A – another record for the school.
Pupils at top independent school Channing are celebrating after scooping outstanding GCSE results.
The headteacher of top independent University College School has urged the government to stop tinkering with education after the school posted record GCSE results.
Students collecting their GCSEs at Portland Place School this morning had plenty to celebrate, with headteacher David Bradbury lauding their dedication.
Students at Henrietta Barnett School have achieved a record number of top grades in the GCSE results they collected this morning.
If there is one day guaranteed to punctuate the calm of summer it’s likely to be today, when youngsters collect their GCSE results from school.
With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their GCSE results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.
Camden schools have performed above the national average in this year’s A-level results.
An Oxford-bound Westminster Academy student has achieved a stellar score in her International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).
Henrietta Barnnett School’s students are set to achieve great things, according to headteacher Del Cooke.
The talent for maths at the UCL Academy is clear for all to see after almost half of A-level students achieved an A* or an A grade in the subject.
The majority of students have exceeded their expectations at Greig City Academy, according to the head of sixth form.
The dedication of students and quality of teaching has been lauded by the head of Regent High School after an “impressive” A-level results day.
It’s been another outstanding year for South Hampstead High School after 73pc cent of students managed to secure A* or A grades – a figure which is about three times above the national average.
Record results were achieved for the fourth year in a row by Quintin Kynaston’s sixth-formers.
Students at Westminster Kingsway College are celebrating a record-breaking year after collecting their A-level results this morning.
Hornsey Sixth Form College has even more reason to celebrate its 130th year as the A level class of 2017 notch up a 96 per cent pass rate.
Fortismere School’s outgoing headteacher has hailed “another record breaking” year of A-Level results.
An informal atmosphere and an emphasis on trips and extra-curricular activities were the key to success at a Golders Green school progressive independent school, according to staff.
Students at Channing School have gone from strength to strength after receiving another stellar set of A-level results.
Highgate School students are thrilled and relieved after scooping a record-breaking set of A-level results.
The headteacher of UCS Hampstead has lauded the success of a batch of A-level students described as “the first guinea pigs of major educational reform”.
Staff and students are celebrating this morning after this year’s crop bagged an overall pass rate of 96per cent in their A-level results.
Thursday marks A-Levels results day, when students at sixth forms and colleges across Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster will finally know more about what comes next.
It was a barnstorming return to The Roundhouse for Highgate School’s third annual showcase.
In 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.