Schools dug deep into the history archives for a £9,000 lottery-funded interactive exhibition on the First World War.
Highgate School has won an international award at a world robotics championship held in the US.
Sarah Campbell may only be 31, but already she has taken on her first headship and led a popular Jewish free primary school through its first Ofsted inspection.
Parents were treated to a St George’s Day tea party to thank them for supporting their children’s primary school.
A family have been left without a primary school place despite living 200m from their nearest school in an example of the continuing squeeze on places across the capital.
Nearly a quarter of children in Camden have missed out on their first choice of primary school after offers were made yesterday.
A stately house once associated with aristocrats and a king is now to help educate hundreds of disadvantaged children living in poverty on its doorstep – but it needs your help to do it.
Thousands of youngsters across Camden, Haringey, Barnet and Westminster are awaiting to hear if they have got into their chosen primary school.
Plucky schoolgirl Bluebelle Wednesday Carroll deserves nothing but praise for her tireless charity work.
Designs of a major redevelopment proposed for a Camden secondary school have been released for the first time.
A nursery was branded a failure for putting children’s safety at risk by Ofsted.
A damning Ofsted report into an ultra-Orthodox Jewish school has raised serious concerns that the government watchdog does not treat faith schools fairly.
Schoolgirls are to transform history into herstory by joining forces with a world-renowned museum to shine a spotlight on the little-told achievements of female astronauts.
A St John’s Wood school showed off its impressive new facilities to visitors at a grand opening ceremony.
Pupils from Channing School raised waves of cash for good causes by taking part in a sponsored Swimathon.
Reception and Year 1 pupils will have to travel across the borough to a temporary home in the Jubilee Waterside Centre.
Former pupils who attended a top Suburb school between five and 80 years ago returned to mark the 90th anniversary of its alumnae society.
The Royal Veterinary College threw open its doors last Thursday to allow the public prime access to the famous institution.
Budding young journalists were given their first taste of a professional newsroom when they dropped by the Ham&High office to learn how a newspaper is made.
A pioneering £650million medical research centre has teamed up with a Camden secondary school to give pupils from across the borough the chance to learn from experts.
Green-minded pupils and their parents are urging the community to help them raise £45,000 for solar panels on their school’s roof.
Children with dyslexia and dyspraxia formed their own political parties and put forward manifestos for a mock general election.
A schoolboy has triumphed over 80,000 pupils to win a silver medal in a national mathematics contest.
A feisty seven-year-old schoolboy summed up the feelings of more than 1,000 protesters when he marched over to a representative for government minister Eric Pickles and urged him to halt the controversial New End development in Hampstead.
Finchley and Golders Green MP Mike Freer has called for dating apps like Tinder to carry sexual health messages to help prevent the spread of HIV.
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