Education

 

Nurture a child’s love of reading says children’s illustrator Lisa Stickley

With four projects on the go, life is busy for children’s author and illustrator Lisa Stickley, writes Rebecca Magill.

 

Spotlight: Bromley school supporting wellbeing celebrates its fifth birthday

A Bromley school which supports children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs, has celebrated its fifth birthday.

 

Westminster primary school opens new Rastamouse themed library bus

Students at St Mary Magdalene and nursery children have been treated to the new bus after five years of fundraising.

 

Learning in the Great Outdoors set to take in the whole country

A scheme to boost children’s learning by having classes in the great outdoors is spreading its wings to take in the whole country.

 

The Royal Academy of Dance announces art competition for primary schools

The Royal Academy of Dance has announced a new art competition for primary schools from Battersea and across Wandsworth.

 

Home-schooling in Hammersmith and Fulham reaches record high due to Covid anxiety

There are now 190 children being home-schooled in the borough compared to 69 before we first went into lockdown.

 

Parents protest plans for ‘eyesore’ 5G mast built next to children’s park

The council has so far received 50 objections since plans were submitted in November.

 

All children discharged from hospital after ceiling collapsed in West Dulwich school

A number of children were injured in the cave-in at Rosemead Preparatory School on Monday, November 15.

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