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Schoolchildren hoping to use the Mortimer Terrace Nature Reserve to learn about the environment remain in limbo more than two months after the sites owners changed the locks.

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.

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

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.

"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.

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

Westminster North MP Karen Buck joined parents and children to protest the sudden closure of Queen's Park Nursery.

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