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Send in the cooks!

A cooking session for young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) held in early December was such a success that a further session is to take place in January. At the first session, a group of people who ...

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LIS students smile with joy on GCSE results day

London Islamic School (Ford Square Madrasah) students were smiling with joy on GCSE results day last week. 88% of students achieved five A*-C grades, while 67% of students achieved five A*- C grades including English and maths. The school is ...

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Don’t adjust your compass

There’s not much space to expand in central London – which is presumably why the University of Central London (UCL) is spilling over into East London to the point where it will soon be the region’s fifth university. Is there ...

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Awards Celebrations marks first year successes at London Enterprise Academy

On Monday 13 July, London Enterprise Academy celebrated excellence pupil performance in their first year at the new Free school in Whitechapel.  Principal Ashid Ali said “you have made this day possible, through persistence and hard work, through external or ...

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“Two Jobs” John doubles up to present Tory Boris’s awards

Biggs makes first pledge to keep a key Lutfur Rahman policy. John “Two Jobs” Biggs found his luck was in last Monday when he opened the Healthy Schools and Healthy Early Years Celebration Event – held, like John Biggs’s Tower ...

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Rayhan is a high flyer!

Emdad Rahman Young Rayhan Kareem went a long way towards achieving his personal dream when he recently received a gliding scholarship from the Honourable Company of Air Pilots. After receiving the confirmation letter, a delighted Rayhan spoke to East London ...

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Pupils secure more bins for Island Gardens

Pupils from George Green’s School have been helping to keep the borough clean by helping the Council install new litter bins. Working with Citizens UK, students were able to identify sites near to the school where bins were needed and ...

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Tower Hamlets kids jump to it!

Excitement is building in 24 Tower Hamlets primary schools as 4,532 local pupils get ready to take on primary pupils in Birmingham’s Sandwell area later this month. The pupils have been taking part in the Fit For Sport Engage To ...

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