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The recent announcement that Vittoria Wharf in Hackney Wick is to be demolished brought a familiar word to everyone’s lips: gentrification.

Staff from the Gower School in Holloway will be taking to the skies later this month to raise money for the Child Poverty Action Group charity.

Islington Council’s education boss says Whitehall plans to bring back grammar schools “would be a disaster” for the borough.

Young people from around Europe attended a different kind of camp this summer as they helped restore Islington’s Union Chapel.

A City and Islington College student will see her work showcased at London Fashion Week after reaching the finals of a national design contest.

Students at the Arts and Media school were jumping for joy today, with students particularly excelling in the sciences.

Central Foundation Boys School was celebrating topping its GCSE results from last year, on the eve of its 150th anniverary.

Teenagers across the country face one of the most nerve-racking days of their young lives today with the publication of GCSE results.

Islington Mayor Cllr Kat Fletcher spoke of her “pride” in the young people of Islington yesterday following the publication of A-level results.

Students and staff at Highbury Fields school were celebrating yesterday after the school achieved its highest ever set of A-level results.

City of London Academy principal Clare Verga described her “delight,” yesterday as her school scored their best ever set of A-level results.

It was all smiles at Highbury Grove today as the school saw a remarkable 21 per cent jump in top grades from last year.

Fourteen can be a tough age. Treading the tightrope between childhood and adulthood, for many it’s our first real experience of decision making, responsibility and independence. But for Islington woman Nina Martynchyk, it represented a low point in her life.

Central Foundation Boys School (CFBS) was celebrating having 62 per cent of its exams graded A* to B today, placing it in the top 15% of A-level providers in the country.

Students and teachers alike at City and Islington college were celebrating the college’s A-level results today.

So it’s here. After a whole summer of waiting, today’s the day A-level results are finally published.

With the publication of A-level results tomorrow, students up and down the land will be running through worst case scenarios in their heads. What if I don’t get the grades I need? What if I don’t find a place I want through clearing? What then?

Most people looking to work in the field of biomedical sciences follow the same career path.

St Luke’s Community Centre is urging unemployed people from the areas nearby to get themselves down to its job club.

What do an elm water pipe, some old shampoo, wartime postcards, defaced library books and a pair of ultraviolet goggles have in common?

One start-up causing waves in Islington is the handbag clinic in Camden Passage.

Hugh Myddelton Primary School’s “relentless drive for improvement since the last inspection” has been recognised in an Ofsted progress report.

A children’s toy charity is looking for a new home after it was hit by flooding for the fourth time in three years.

An Islington woman who had her phone snatched from her hand in broad daylight while carrying her five-month-old son has told the Gazette: “I just don’t feel safe here sometimes.”

Twenty potential Wimbledon stars of the future gathered at Rosemary Gardens tennis courts this week to mark the site’s rejuvenation.

A new initiative aiming to give young people a start in the world of business was on show at City and Islington college on Thursday.

Students at City and Islington College will get the experience of a lifetime tonight as they perform the play ‘Children of Killers’ in the National Theatre’s Olivier Theatre.

Got a sweet tooth? Look no further than Camden Passage, home to world- famous chocolatier Paul Young’s first ever store.

An all expenses trip to Abu Dhabi is at stake on Wednesday when a team of girls from the Dania primary school on Northampton Road travel to the final of a Formula 1 design competition.

Play time brought traffic to a stand still on June 24 as Thornhill Primary school shut off a section of Lofting Road in Barnsbury to give its pupils a play time to remember.

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