City and Islington College (CANDI) students are “over the moon” after bagging places at some of the “world’s best universities” on an emotional A-level results day.
The headteacher of North Bridge House Senior Canonbury has lauded the efforts of his students on A-level results day.
Central Foundation Boys’ School has got almost perfect A-level results, with 99 per cent of students passing their exams. 44pc got A* or A.
Highbury Fields school is celebrating its best ever set of results, with 84 per cent of students getting A* to C.
The principal of the City of London Academy is “proud” after 98 per cent of their students passed their A Levels, with 80pc getting A* to C.
A Finsbury Park nursery has been given a Good Ofsted rating in all four areas of inspection.
When A-level results come out on August 16, more than three quarters of students who want to go to university are likely to get into their first choice.
All but two teachers are leaving Clerkenwell Parochial Primary School in an apparent mass exodus, the Gazette has learnt.
Fears there wouldn’t be enough school places in Tufnell Park for the number of kids in the area have been allayed by a primary school expansion project – costing £14million.
Mental health support must be available at school so all kids “can be the best they can be”, according to Islington headteachers.
Islington will be included in Sadiq Khan’s extended London’s ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ), it has been revealed this morning (Friday).
Cally man Dan Storey gave up art at 15 despite loving it. Now 42, he tells the Gazette about his first exhibition, which is running until June.
A newly-opened academy is set to lose out the most in the government’s National Funding Formula, according to predicted data.
A new survey has revealed the often “extraordinary” lengths parents have gone to get their children into their preferred primary school.
City University students showed their support for striking lecturers by staging a sit-in protest this week.
Clerkenwell is the new home of a mental health charity bidding to transform the level of support available to kids at school.
Plans for a raft of Catholic schools to form an academy trust have been kicked into the long grass due to a lack of interest from those consulted.
Islington schoolchildren have been celebrating the magic of fiction on World Book Day.
Major plans to demolish and rebuild a secondary school as an academy with 66 social rent homes on top of it will go before councillors tonight.
Parents could be banned from driving and parking outside schools when they pick up and drop off their kids.
An Islington Council-run nursery shamed in an Ofsted report last year has been recognised for its improvement.
The newly-elected young mayor of Islington Council has championed the impact of sport in schools.
City University students are demanding that their tuition fees are reimbursed as lecturers’ strikes enter a second week.
“Putting young people in charge of their own narrative” is the chief aim of a commission bidding to transform the lives of those growing up in Islington.
An Archway children’s centre has been rated “outstanding” across the board in its latest Ofsted report.
Artwork created by New North Academy students is brightening up the walls of the Islington town hall lobby this month.
It was a case of like mother, like daughter at a university graduation that proved to be a family affair.
A trio of Islington teenagers are drawing inspiration from the plight of the Suffragettes as they take their first steps into politics.
A multi-million pound redevelopment project has resulted in the opening of a new student union (SU) building at London Metropolitan University.
Central Foundation Boys’ School has been recognised as the best performing school for progress in the borough.
The headteacher of St Aloysius’ College in Archway has been suspended from his post after being arrested on suspicion of fraud.
Barrie O’Shea thought he had made a mistake when he became headteacher of ‘frightening’ Duncombe Primary in 1990. He was wrong. The Gazette finds how he lifted a troubled school from its lowest point.
A senior staff member at an Islington school has been arrested on suspicion of fraud.
The Emirates stadium was flooded with hundreds of tech-savvy students yesterday as Islington celebrated its computer-focused curriculum.
A visit from Arsenal Women’s skipper Alex Scott and BBC presenter Gabby Logan to Ashmount Primary School saw students making their screen debuts.
Jeremy Corbyn has championed the efforts of a school marking a decade of opening its doors to homeless people over the festive period.
The first baby-friendly co-working space in London is set to open in Farringdon.
The Gower School has been making waves in the Independent Schools Association’s London north regional swimming gala.
Marys, Josephs, kings and stars came out to play as schools across Islington put on a variety of colourful nativity productions.
A nursery is on the up after receiving an “outstanding” Ofsted rating.
A parent-led Islington group giving young people with autism more opportunities outside classroom put on a public art exhibition to show off kids’ achievements.
The star of One Foot in the Grave joined hundreds of students graduating from London Metropolitan University.
Highbury Grove’s journey to academy status has been completed after the government confirmed the City of London Academies Trust is now its official sponsor.
A 15-year-old has bagged the top prize in a public speaking competition – with a talk on teeth.
A nimble-footed Islington teenager has danced his way to a gold medal after a show-stopping performance in eastern Europe.
Fostering older teenagers means giving them the skills for life as an adult. Here, a supportive lodgings carer with Islington Council and young adult who has left care share their stories
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