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The dexterity of students at Central Foundation Boys’ School was revealed this morning after sixth formers picked up a set of A-level results showing talent across the board.

A student who has been dreaming of studying art animation for the best part of a decade was one of the high achievers at Highbury Grove this morning as pupils collected their A-level results.

Students at North Bridge House Canonbury have excelled in both art and English literature after collecting a stellar set of A-level results in both subjects this morning.

Today marks A-Levels results day, when students at sixth forms and colleges across Islington will finally know more about what comes next.

In three weeks time we will see the first cohort of GCSE students decipher a mix of letters and numbers in their results. Here’s our guide to the new numerical grading system and what it means for pupils.

A theatre is looking to bring the art of puppetry to children across Islington who are missing out on creative activities due to financial and social barriers.

A racing driver with kids at Laycock Primary School is using his experience on the road to pass safety tips to students.

It was a devilish end-of-term library session for youngsters at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School with the visit of an award-winning author.

A headteacher leaving Montem Primary School after a decade at the helm believes staff and students are set for an exciting new chapter.

A campaign group formed to defend schools from education cuts has hailed the impact of parents and teachers in forcing the government to better protect funding for students across Islington.

A call to arms has been issued by a newly-formed campaigning group fighting cuts to schools across Islington.

A headteacher is “incredibly pleased” after her Holloway Road special needs school successfully shrugged off a lingering negative Ofsted report.

A “Tinder-style” app designed to connect working professionals with young people has been backed by Jeremy Corbyn.

It was a bumper charity fundraiser at the Gower School as more than 300 children turned up to Caledonian Park for a “strawberry tea”.

Copenhagen Primary School has been rated “good” across the board by Ofsted four years after it was placed in special measures.

An army of 51 headteachers from schools across Islington have slammed funding cuts to education on an afternoon in which families came in their droves to the borough’s parks for the nationwide ‘big assembly’.

An Islington school has improved its Ofsted rating – despite the headteacher being at home with meningitis when the inspection took place.

Theresa May’s plan to axe free school meals for infants has been slammed by opposition parties in a heated debate at St Mary Magdalene Academy this morning.

A third Islington school has been given an “inadequate” Ofsted rating in the space of six months.

A Highbury special school has been given an “outstanding” Ofsted rating for the second time in a row.

A pair of Holloway Road businesses have backed the £125m overhaul of London Metropolitan University, but a consultation has revealed that safety concerns remain over campus security.

Creativity in the face of adversity was celebrated at Islington Arts and Media School last night when a choreographer paid a visit to talk about his career in dance.

A group of daredevils came together on Saturday to tackle dizzying heights in support of Ambler Primary School and Children’s Centre.

The headteacher of a special education needs school will be pounding the streets of London for a charity which is close to her heart.

We spoke to London Metropolitan University’s head of subject for health and childhood Kelly Cooper about her experience of National Offer Day...

Islington Council has vowed to investigate why the number of pupils achieving their first choice of primary school has dropped this year.

A reality TV star is calling on young people to help him in his quest to make Islington the best place to grow up in the world.

An Archway hospital trust is launching an art competition designed to seek out budding artists from across north London.

Academy-status is on the horizon for Highbury Grove after the trust bidding to sponsor the school appointed one of its members as shadow chair of governors today.

Budding mathematicians at Drayton Park Primary School blew away the competition in the first number-crunching challenge hosted by exclusive boarding school Christ’s Hospital.

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