Thursday, October 19, 2017

Popular children’s book The Gruffalo is set to be explored at a new exhibition at Discover Children’s Story Centre in Stratford.

A teenager who is studying in East Ham has taken his first steps towards winning a place at America’s most prestigious university after winning an international prize.

Two of Newham’s councillors have spoken out after a Manor Park primary school sent out a letter asking parents to dress their children as slaves for a Black History Month event.

A primary school in Manor Park has been forced to apologise for sending home a letter asking pupils to come into school dressed as slaves for Black History Month.

An aspiring fashion designer is aiming for the catwalk, despite being 71 years old.

A Canning Town primary school has been praised for its “outstanding achievements” by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

A schoolboy has been praised for coming to the aid of a stranger who collapsed on a rush hour Tube.

Finding the perfect school for your child isn’t easy. When there is a shortfall of places in east London, it’s even harder.

A new study building at St Angela’s Ursuline School was officially opened by Bishop Alan Williams.

Eastlea Community School has been deemed to require improvement following an Ofsted report.

Pupils at two of Newham’s primary schools could be better protected from toxic fumes after the mayor of London announced they would be subject to an air quality audit.

An admin blunder has left a severely autistic boy without a secondary school place more than a week after the start of the new term.

The first day of school is an exciting time for many - and when you’re among the first to ever attend your school, it’s even more so.

A former world karate champion has been appointed as the chair of governors at the University of East London (UEL).

Newham’s teenagers have outperformed their peers in the new-style GCSE exams, achieving better than the national average in English.

Education Links has achieved its highest results to date, with 38 per cent of grades at A*-C or above.

Newham College’s GCSE pupils have celebrated an improvement in the number of A*-C grades or equivalent.

Pupils at Lister Community School have not let the new-style GCSEs stop them from recording the school’s seventh consecutive year of improvement.

The number of Chobham Academy pupils passing English and maths has improved on last year.

A fifth of all grades awarded to St Bonaventure’s pupils were A* or A, or their numerical equivalent.

A Manor Park pupil has secured a bursary place to study A-levels at a leading independent school after getting top GCSE grades.

Pupils at Forest Gate Community School are celebrating the school’s best ever results in English and maths.

The headteacher of Sarah Bonnell School has said she is “delighted” with how her pupils have done in the new-style GCSEs.

Pupils taking their GCSEs at The Royal Docks School have scored record-breaking results in English.

Rokeby School, a boys school in Canning Town, is celebrating a strong set of GCSE results today after changes in the exam system “benefitted boys.”

Pupils at Plashet School are celebrating a third of exams being at the gold standard - A or A* in the old grading, and 7-9 in the new.

The Cumberland School has equalised its GCSE results from 2016 despite what its headteacher called a “challenging new system”.

A Forest Gate schoolboy will be following in the footsteps of royalty after achieving the grades needed to take up a scholarship to Eton.

School 21 is celebrating a “brilliant” first set of GCSE results, smashing the national average.

Brampton Manor Academy pupils have excelled in their GCSEs this year, with strong results under the new marking system.

With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their GCSE results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.

Pupils across the borough have been celebrating A-level success as provisional figures show more than a quarter of grades were at A and A*.

A visually-impaired student who received excellent grades on A-level results day has praised her sixth form for its support and acceptance.

Straight A pupils at London Academy of Excellence (LAE) are looking forward to the future after a record-breaking set of results.

Chobham Academy is celebrating sending its first pupil to Oxbridge.

Students at St Angela’s Ursuline Sixth Form have been congratulated on their “fantastic results” on A-level day.

Two Newham sisters will study medicine at Cambridge after the youngest got top marks in her A-levels at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form (NCS).

The headteacher of Brampton Manor Academy has paid tribute to his students and staff in another record year of results for the East Ham school.

St Bonaventure’s has received record A-level results in what has been a challenging year for pupils nationwide dealing with exam reforms.

As young people open their AS and A-level results, Childline is offering support to those worried about their results.

With pupils across the country anxiously waiting on their A-level results, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test.

Tomorrow marks A-Levels results day, when students at sixth forms and colleges will finally know more about what comes next.

Newham’s disadvantaged five-year-old pupils do as well as their affluent peers but lag behind at primary and secondary school, research says.

Delays in the planning process mean plans for additional space for 450 pupils and 50 staff at Oasis Academy Silvertown before the start of the new academic year.

How many of your teachers would you remember 60 years on? How many would you still be in touch with?

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