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The Driver Academy Group (DAG), a consortium led by HGV training specialist HGVC, and comprising workforce solutions group Manpower and ...
Academic attainment gap continues to widen for kids
The academic attainment gap continues to widen between children facing disadvantage and their non-disadvantaged peers. Far too many young people ...
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Labour shortage in building industry
Southwark scholarship scheme opens to help students pay for university
Students build monitor to take pollution control into their own hands
Westminster council plans £2m programme to feed 14,000 kids school meals
Say YES to a new career in HGVs
HGV training specialist HGVC is working with Youth First CIO, a London-based charity that helps young people get into work, ...
Schools “feeding children who can’t afford breakfast,” says councillor
By Joe Coughlan, Local Democracy Reporter School staff are feeding children as they are “not able to afford breakfast,” a ...
Primary school set to close to allow for more special educational needs places
By Charlotte Lillywhite, Local Democracy Reporter A primary school is set to close after a local council revealed it needs ...
Pupils to get new school after leaving old one over ‘safety concerns’
By Robert Firth, Local Democracy Reporter Pupils will get a new school after they had to leave their old building ...
Schools looking to become a multi-academy trust
A group of schools in South-east London is proposing to become a local multi-academy trust. The Governing Board of the ...
Generous girls’ school rallies to raise funds for earthquake victims
Pupils, staff and families at a girls' school raised an impressive £1,500 within a day for Action Aid’s Syria & ...
City Hall to provide free meals for every primary school child
School where children can’t get detention rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted
By Adrian Zorzut, Local Democracy Reporter A school where children can’t be put on detention has received an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted ...
£30K-a-year private school given worst possible rating by Ofsted
By Joe Coughlan, Local Democracy Reporter A secondary school charging fees of up to £30,000 a year has been blasted ...
Schoolchildren set up food aid to help 20 struggling families
A group of students from Rotherhithe are helping to feed more people in need after setting up a special food ...
Lewisham families demand free school meals for all pupils
By Robert Firth, Local Democracy Reporter Families are demanding a council hands out free school meals to all pupils to ...
Nursery closed after inspectors find ‘claw hammer and nails’ left out
Lambeth scoring well for top levels of primary school education, study reveals
Schoolchildren to be taught to spot signs of sexism and misogyny
Year 11 girls to open Proms at Royal Albert Hall with original rap
New Bromley nursery ‘falling short’ of safety standards, say inspectors
Stark warning from top official: Some schools in Southwark may have to go
‘Some children have bread with no filling’: Primary school headteacher lays bare the cost of living crisis
Regeneration leaving schools empty of kids, say head teachers
Primary school in ‘desperate’ need of funds as playground “tearing apart”
Southwark council ‘looking at’ offering free school meals to secondary school students
Kids missing school due to hygiene poverty, new research shows
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