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School failed to protect kids from sexual abuse, according to report

Disciplinary action against some members of staff and a referral to the Teaching Regulation Agency – which deals with misconduct issues within the profession – are expected.


Project helps students to make a difference to their community

Saint Gabriel’s College, in Langton Road, Camberwell, partnered with the First Give charity to ignite social consciousness in pupils and encourage them to make a difference to their local community through social action.


Staff at nursery “do not have a secure understanding of how to minimise risks” to children, says damning report

A member of staff at Rising Stars School in Peckham Hill Street, Peckham was also criticised for leaving babies unsupervised during a visit by an inspector in January. 


School saved from wrecking ball after changes approved

Lewisham council had threatened Our Lady and St Philip Neri RC Primary School in Sydenham Road, Sydenham with demolition after it was constructed with the wrong cladding and windows.


London school children share their views on Extinction Rebellion movement

Two 11 year old school children from Southwark stopped by at the XR campsite to learn more about the movement. Isaac and Laila Motalib-Haque give their differing views on the movement:


Croydon author is back with her third instalment of The Cats Eye View series

Octavia Lonergan is back with a third instalment of The Cats Eye View series with The Cats Eye View of Being Green.


Nursery school gets new name

Bluebells Nursery will be relaunched at a naming event tomorrow.


Motorists banned from roads under Croydon’s new School Streets plans

Ten School Streets will be returning in Croydon today as the council opens a fresh round of consultation on the schemes.

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