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The Clean Air Coleridge (CAC) campaign group sold out Crouch End Picturehouse with a Horrible Histories film screening almost a fortnight ahead of its national release.

There was a time in the 1980s when St Peter's C of E Primary School in Maida Vale looked set to close.

The chair of governors at Fleet Primary School has said "no reasonable person" would choose to spend £21.5million on opening Abacus Belsize Primary School.

The parents' association at a Alexandra Palace primary school was deflated this weekend when a promised bouncy castle wasn't delivered on time - leaving it with big space at the summer fayre, and a £700 hole in its pocket.

An investor is being sought to ensure the survival of a troubled school in Hampstead which last week indicated its parent company could go into liquidation.

The controversial bid to expand a Highgate nursery has been given the go-ahead by Haringey Council.

Current and former students of an Archway secondary school chatted about their shared experiences at a party to celebrate its 140th birthday last week.

Are you in this picture? If so, your old school wants your help.

Brookland Infants and Nursery School in NW11 is hoping a summer fair next week will help them fight back against cuts to education budgets.

Barnet Council has launched a much-awaited review of its library provision this week.

The Department for Education (DfE) has backed the controversial Abacus Free School's move to Hampstead's old police station.

Maida Vale's Essendine Primary School welcomed the new lord mayor of Westminster, local councillors and a children's author to open a special addition to its facilities - a reading 'den'.

Abacus School Belsize has launched its latest attempt to open in the former Hampstead Police Station in Rosslyn Hill.

The management of Heathside Preparatory School in Hampstead has been chastised by Ofsted in a report published this morning - even as inspectors praised other key improvements made since last year.

Former England cricketer Luke Wright underwent a thorough interrogation at the hands of pupils from Hampstead's Lyndhurst House Prep last week - when he turned up at the school along with the Cricket World Cup itself.

UCL Academy is stopping some A-level students from sitting their exams this summer because they might not get high enough grades, sending their future plans into disarray.

Two members of staff at the Blanche Nevile School for Deaf Children - based across two sites in Highgate and Muswell Hill - are fundraising for a trip to Nepal where they will be helping to renovate a similar school.

The NW3 Green School Runs (NW3GSR) campaign group have announced plans to run a coach service for children travelling to the NW3 area each morning.

Campaigners have reacted with dismay after a government minister rejected their complaint that changes to Barnet's library services were unlawful.

Environment-conscious pupils at Highgate School are doing their own air quality analysis in hope of encouraging more sustainable transport options.

"To be or not to be", that's the question almost three hundred pupils at the Henrietta Barnett School in Hampstead Garden Suburb are asking with their fingers crossed: Their Shakespeare knowledge might just have bagged them a Guinness World Record.

A Jewish LGBT charity based in West Hampstead has joined voices criticising a "harmful" open letter signed by a number of north London rabbis and community figures.

Going to an after-school club can be a traumatic affair if you are autistic.

A Kentish Town disability charity has published a magazine produced entirely by students on its further education programme for the first time.

Archer Academy can break ground on its new library after a local children's author donated enough to allow work to get going.