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Staff and pupils at a primary school celebrated its bicentenary at the weekend with traditional dancing and a reunion.
A primary school is to celebrate its 200th anniversary this weekend.
First inspection since being taken out of local authority control.
Parents have criticised a decision to close an alleyway leading to a school after a child was approached.
Pupils who have sacrificed hours to volunteer, learn new physical skills and go on expeditions have been awarded for their efforts at a royal ceremony inside St James's Palace.
A poppy display has been created by children at an infant’s school as part of their education on the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Two cleaners have worked for a combined 39 years at Chingford school.
A hundred pupils from Redbridge descended on a Woodford Green secondary school for its sixth 'Medicine Matters' event.
Pre-school improves rating.
Chris Van-Bussel has stepped down from his post at Wanstead High School just over a month into the new school year.
Pupils at a Highams Park school have spent the morning with the creator of the much-loved Captain Underpants.
Woodford County High School received Gold Club status last week.
Event organised as part of annual harvest festival.
Treehouse Nursery had been rated 'good' since 2011.
The college is hoping to receive applications from people across Redbridge.
Headteacher Carel Buxton believes special measures will be lifted this term from Snaresbrook Primary School.
'Outstanding' school first in borough to be recognised by award.
Students and lecturers at Waltham Forest College celebrated this year’s BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma results.
Kaifang Zhou came to England in 2011 speaking very little English
Private school continues to produce high grades.
Headteacher Chris Van Bussell praised students and staff.
Reggie Clark achieved three straight A*s
Katie Marshall underwent an operation just a week before sitting her A levels
Victoria Bedwell, Tommy Sutton and Esther Burgess among students who won places at their chosen universities.
Students at schools and colleges across the region will receive their exam results this morning.
The film focuses on the life of Private Cyril Page.
The partnership will see an elite squad formed and entered into national competitions
A larger-than-average primary school previously told it requires improvement has been rated as 'good' following a recent inspection.
Ben Green, Olliver Longshaw and Jaiden Fenton won the British Schools Karting Competition
Students encouraged to use all five senses to explore their surroundings
Winners received £100 vouchers and the school was awarded £200 for books
Replacement already announced by independent school.
Treehouse nursery in Wanstead held its sports day today on Christchurch Green.
Students leaving for primary school from Treehouse nursery in Wanstead had a graduation ceremony.
Loughton Music Academy are offering music lessons over Skype.
A primary school built by a local parish to serve the growing Catholic community has celebrated its 80th birthday.
Jack Burrows and Louie Russo-Brownlie helped an 81-year-old who had fallen in the street
THe national final will be held near Northampton on Saturday
81-year-old hospitalised after fall
Pupils created the carrot-shaped 'thermometer' in their lunchtimes
Monies raised will fund educational trips
Pupils spent three days a week rehearsing after school
Schools join forces in ultimate dance-off for charity
Several schools have created flags to be displayed at the side of the route on Monday
Pupils have spent the day rehearsing their lines and practising their vocals ahead of their school's end-of-year production.
The WanSteady Crew will perform alongside around 350 young dancers from across London.
Grace Boxall set up the charity shortly before she died aged 15
Media students were given a rare insight into the film industry and the life of a Bafta-winning actress at an exclusive film screening.
Pupils have created a First World War themed garden display using discarded items once used in war.
Police called in after member of staff said to have 'overreacted'.
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