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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.

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.

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.

Starting university is something new, big and exciting, whether you are moving to a new city or another country.

Welcome, hope and tolerance have been the three key messages for students learning about refugees.

A pair of Barnet schools believe the future is bright after announcing a “strategic partnership” on Monday.

A Muswell Hill school is one of the first in the country to be selected by the government to try and fast track students towards being fluent in Mandarin Chinese by 2020.

Pupils at Channing School are working together to fulfil Alexandra Wylie’s dream of eradicating social exclusion and inequality by launching a food drive for local people who go hungry at Christmas.

They are raising money for children in rural India with a day of yoga, meditation and well-being.

A group of angry Swiss Cottage residents have launched a campaign group to oppose plans by a private school to build new classrooms

Camden parents were forced to pay a total of £20,000 in school fines in the last year, new figures have revealed.

We spoke to BBC journalist Laura Trevelyan about her memories of Parliament Hill, Hampstead.

The headteacher of a private school believes that sport in school should be used to engage the majority rather than burnish the few amidst reports that not enough young people are doing enough exercise each week.

The headteacher of Bishop Douglass Catholic School in Barnet has said he is “delighted,” by the progress being made in converting the school into an academy.

The Working Men’s College (WMC) is urging people to sign up or miss out as the start of the academic year approaches.

Teenagers around the country anxiously tore open their GCSE results last week – but one Camden schoolgirl is refusing to even glance at hers because she believes society’s obsession with grades is damaging.

Portland Place school students returned to school this morning to collect their GCSE results, with most being more than satisfied with what they found.

Greig City Academy today praised its students for some impressive grades in their GCSE results - including a year 6 student who got an A* in maths!

Students and staf at Quintin Kynaston school had reason to be happy today as they once again improved on the previous years’ GCSE performance.

Students and staff at Highgate school were reflecting on a very impressive set of GCSE results today, with 88.2 percent of exams receiving a grade of A* or A.

The Headteacher has congratulated pupils as the school achieves best results in four years, bucking the national trend

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