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Camden Council has praised the borough's A-level cohort - who yesterday picked up their results.

Headteachers at Camden's top private and state schools have backed calls for an overhaul of the university application system, so pupils apply after they have their results.

Harris Academy St John's Wood has a new senior management team in post, and they had some incredible A-level success stories to celebrate.

Every student who applied to university from Haverstock School in Chalk Farm has got a place after a positive A-level results day.

"We pride ourselves on developing young people who will change the world. This faith is repaid by these amazing results."

There were "smiles all round" at King Alfred School in Golders Green today as the school digested a stellar set of A-level results which saw 92 per cent of students achieve A* to C grades.

The head of Henrietta Barnett school in Hampstead Garden Suburb has paid tribute to its cohort of students, on a day where 70 per cent of A-level grades achieved by pupils were A* or A grades.

More than half of students at South Hampstead High School (SHHS) opened their A-level results to find just A* or A grades.

Nearly 60 per cent of pupils at UCS Hampstead got at least three A or A* grades, as the school in Frognal celebrates a set of bumper results.

Teachers and pupils at the LaSWAP sixth form consortium were thrilled with their exam results this year - and especially pleased to score well in new maths exams.

Fortismere School is celebrating a set of "impressive" A-level exam results today.

It was a "great" day for pupils at Highgate School as they celebrated record results, according to Highgate School head Adam Pettitt this morning.

A-level results day at Camden School for Girls in Sandall Road saw students more than stand-up to the test set by new "harder" exams - with one successful teen off to Cambridge on the back of project researching sarin gas poisoning.

A Channing Pupil is set to follow in her mum's footsteps and study medicine at UCL, after a stellar set of A-level results.

Revision tips for students

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

With the new school year just around the corner, many students will be need to start thinking about their GCSE or A Level exams in May and June, and how much revision they should be doing in the run up.

At the age of 16, young people may or may not have an idea about what they want to do as a career. But with the job market becoming more competitive, the more you enhance your CV, the better.

Whatever route you choose to take after A-levels, the most important aspect is doing your research to ensure you're making the right decision.

It is no secret that studying for public exams can be incredibly stressful.

A Hampstead student who has witnessed first hand the horrors of poverty and war around the world is determined to give something back via her flair for fashion.

In the dying days of feudal Japan, 14 student samurai from the southern Japanese province of Satsuma (now Kagoshima) came to Camden to study at UCL. Four others went to colleges around the country.

Placard-bearing staff at UCL have entered their second week of strikes in response to a dispute over pensions.

Nobody goes to university without knowing they'll take on debt.

A Crouch End secondary school teacher has been honoured by Oxford University for the inspirational role he played for two of his former students.

A photography exhibition is opening up in King's Cross on Friday featuring work by homeless people living in hostels across north London.

We spoke to London Metropolitan University's head of subject for health and childhood Kelly Cooper about her experience of National Offer Day...

An Archway hospital trust is launching an art competition designed to seek out budding artists from across north London.

Camden Council has pledged to keep the subject of mental health at the forefront of the agenda in its bid to improve the wellbeing of young people living in the borough.

A trust which supports young woman who are struggling to make ends meet is campaigning to address the gender gap in apprenticeship schemes.

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 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.

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.

A Camden School for Girls student has seen her rejection letter from Oxford University go viral after transforming into a work of art.

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

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