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A former assistant headteacher who admitted doctoring registers in a bid to improve attendance statistics has banned from the profession.

A commemorative bust of a former University of East London chancellor was unveiled on Tuesday.

Would your child know what to do if they were being abused?

Government officials have visited three Newham schools to see how children are being helped by a mental health programme.

A Newham headteacher has hailed the “incredible experience and honour” of being invited to meet prime minister Theresa May.

Three women angry that girls miss school because they can’t afford sanitary products are giving teachers tampons.

Sixth form pupils have set up their own media company in a bid to raise awareness about homelessness.

Newham will be included in Sadiq Khan’s extended London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), it has been revealed this morning (Friday).

Newham Council has “reluctantly” passed plans to build a free primary school to serve one of the borough’s largest new developments.

Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc) is to get a new principal and CEO later this year.

Unemployed graduates from Newham are being offered support to help them find work.

East Ham MP Stephen Timms has met with primary school pupils taking part in a programme designed to encourage a university education.

The University of East London has risen in the university league tables for the second year in a row.

Schools have been told to keep more emergency contact numbers for students following the tragic death of a pupil who died with his mother at home.

A Beckton schoolboy has been forced to resit Year 6 and is in limbo without a secondary school place because a Newham Council admin error means he has not been found a place at a secondary school.

A college in Newham is one of 52 in the country to be teaching the new T-Level.

It’s the time of the year that every teenager - and their parents - dread: GCSE exams.

The Bobby Moore Academy has appointed a new executive headteacher to oversee both sections of the all-through school.

A Custom House secondary school is helping its pupils access private education worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Grants of up to £1,000 are up for grabs for community groups close to the Olympic Park.

Pupils at a Beckton school have taken part in a sponsored walk to raise more than £340 for the National Autistic Society.

The charity commission has launched an investigation into the running of a Forest Gate private school - and has suspended the bank account of the charity that runs it.

A secondary school in Plaistow has controversially become an academy after joining a high-achieving trust behind one of the most successful GCSE results in the country.

After six months of campaigns, parent protests and a potential judicial review, Avenue Primary School will not become an academy.

A Plaistow primary school has just finished a week-long celebration of its’ pupils’ diversity.

A rundown nursery in Forest Gate has been replaced with a state-of-the-art building.

Students from The University of East London (UEL) will showcase their talents in their annual festival of performing arts across Newham.

British Transport Police detectives are appealing for the public’s help in finding a man wanted in connection with sexual assaults on trains between Romford and Liverpool Street.

Parents from an anti-academisation group in Forest Gate staged a protest outside a show promoting academies on Wednesday.

A talented student from Plaistow has been offered a place at a prestigious specialist sixth form after passing a rigorous two-hour problem-solving exam and giving two impressive interviews.

Staff and pupils at the Bobby Moore Academy have welcomed the footballer’s widow, Stephanie Moore, to see the school’s new secondary site.

Newham had the third highest number of pupils in the capital who were offered a place at their first choice primary school, new figures have revealed.

A new survey has revealed the often “extraordinary” lengths parents have gone to get their children into their preferred primary school.

Apprenticeships are being offered on the building sites in Whitechapel, Canary Wharf and Canning Town for on-the-job training for careers in construction.

A lecturer at the University of East London raised hundreds of pounds for charity in her boxing debut — age 50.

An Islamic school charging £3,000 a year fees has said it was horrified to learn a former teacher tried to recruit children before planning terror attacks across the capital.

For some, sitting through a performance of Shakespeare is hard enough – but students at the Royal Docks Academy were treated to two, back-to-back performances of Macbeth by the BoxClever Theatre company.

A teenager from Canning Town has won a £30, 000-a-year scholarship to a top independent school.

Parents at a Forest Gate private school have taken to occupying the building after they were told it would close for Easter and not re-open.

Pupils from East Ham’s Brampton Academy came top in a debating competition at Benjamin Franklin House.

A schoolboy from Forest Gate has received an award after coming to the aid of his collapsed friend.

Young singers from a Forest Gate primary school are set to be the talk of the playground after lending their voices to one of television’s most popular characters - Peppa Pig.

A school in East Ham has maintained its ‘outstanding’ rating for six years.

A lecturer at the University of East London is stepping into the boxing ring for charity.

Students from the Royal Docks Academy visited Parliament as part of their citizenship lessons.

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