Perhaps speaking for the nation, if not the world, one Hammersmith pupil summed up her views on Covid. “I have just had enough of this. I can’t wait to get back to normal.”
A couple have created a children’s book about being different and defeating adversity. The Brixton-based duo’s book Trexy finds his Roar draws from their own experiences of being bullied.
Primary schools in Kensington and Chelsea are facing an 11 per cent vacancy rate with 861 vacant places at schools across the borough which could lead to a reduction in the number of entry level classes.
Bexley school pupils, parents and staff collect donations to help struggling families during lockdown
Staff, parents and pupils at a school are pulling together to support families struggling in the pandemic.
A group of West London head teachers have banded together to investigate why so many staff are leaving the profession.
We are proud to be working with amazing students and staff, with world-class facilities and brilliant sponsor and partner links. This is an exciting time at the UTC, and I’m looking forward to building on the strong foundations already in place.
When the new lockdown was announced on January 4, teachers once again found themselves having to turn their work lives upside down and reinvent their classrooms online.
Council said Gavin Williamson claimed he didn’t know about new variant of coronavirus when making decision – despite Matt Hancock announcing it in Commons earlier that day
Leonie Huie, mum to three-year-old twin girls from Southwark, is the author of The First Year Is Survival, a book published in October last year for parents of twins and multiples.
Streatham people donate more than 100 laptops to primary school students to help them learn from home
This comes after worries that disadvantaged students will fall behind in school because they cannot access online materials.
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