Thursday, October 20, 2016

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

Double success for Channing twins

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Two sets of twins were among the standout performers at Channing school on GCSE results day, as the school recorded some excellent grades.

Paddington Academy was celebrating a good set of GCSE results today, including their best ever set of results for a single student.

The Headteacher is pleased the gap between the grades of children eligible for school meals and wealthier pupils has “significantly” reduced

The Hampstead School has once again seen its GCSE results improve today, with nearly a quarter of all grades receiving an A* or A grade.

Top marks for Henrietta Barnett

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Henrietta Barnett school has produced another incredible set of GCSE results today, with its best set to date.

Girls at Hornsey School for Girls were today collecting some stellar GCSE results.

The headteacher of William Ellis school, Sam White, was full of praise for his students today after a promising set of GCSE results.

A senior staff member at South Hampstead High School praised the “grit” of students after 64 percent of exams were given a grade of A*.

University College School was today celebrating the second best set of GCSE results in its history, with a remarkable 88.6 percent of exams achieving either an A* or A grade.

Teenagers across the country face one of the most nerve-racking days of their young lives today with the publication of GCSE results.

Camden council leader Sarah Hayward was full of praise for A-level students across the borough following the publication of their results last week.

Greig City Academy was today reflecting on A-level results which will see its students take up places at some of the top universities in the country.

LaSWAP sixth form consortium, the longest-standing sixth form consortium in London, was yesterday celebrating an impressive set of A-level across its network of school.

Channing School had cause for celebration today as it bucked the national trend by increasing its percentage of A* to B grades, from 85% to 91%.

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