Yesterday, 17:50

When Italian Nadia Mensah Yeboah arrived in England aged 13 she spoke barely any English but that hasn’t stopped the Capital City Academy pupil who is off to university to study law.

Students at Alperton Community School achieved record A-level results with THREE pupils accepted into Oxbridge.

Two Wembley Park pupils are off to Cambridge University while another who started school life with barely any English is heading to Warwick.

The Crest Academy in Neasden achieved it’s best ever A-level results as a record number of students head off to university.

Preston Manor School celebrated another hugely successful year of A-levels, with many pupils exceeding expectations.

An Ark Academy A-Level student is waving goodbye to Wembley as she embarks to study philosophy at Cambridge.

Moonlighting as a part-time piano instructor, a Queens Park Community School pupil has attained the three A*s asked of her by a top university.

Improving children’s lives is the chief aim of a Brent Council supported schemeA which has been backed by the Department for Education.

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 merger between two further education colleges has been given the green light.

A PE teacher from a Kingsbury school is determined to further enhance the wellbeing of students with special educational needs after an eye-opening trip to Grenada.

An independent school is reducing its sixth form scholarship scheme in a bid to cut costs.

Newman Catholic College students formed the backbone of a QPR youth team that battled it out against their west London rivals Brentford in friendly matches to raise awareness about refugees living in the UK.

More Barnet children will be attending the primary school of their choice in September.

More Brent children will be going to the primary school of their choice in September, according to figures released today.

Sporty primary pupils in Kenton have triumphed in an inter-borough football competition becoming the first Jewish school ever to win it.

Staff and students at Kilburn Grange Primary School are looking to the future after taking full control of a four-floor building in Priory Park Road.

Parents across Barnet are being encouraged to sign a petition calling for fairer funding to schools across the borough.

Parents from six Brent schools joined together to protest against proposed funding cuts which would see hundreds of thousands of pounds wiped off headteacher’s budgets.

Schoolchildren across Brent have been sharing their love of fiction on World Book Day.

Alperton Community School has finished the first phase of its expansion project with the official opening of a new building packed with 83 classrooms on Ealing Road.

Staff at a Brent college are striking over the suspension of a colleague.

A school in Wembley has won an Outstanding London Sports Venue Award for 2017.

A grassroots project to keep Brent tidy has been launched by an army of school litter pickers.

A Wembley school is on the lookout for a “sergeant major” figure to take up a new “detention director” role.

Kilburn-born author of White Teeth, Zadie Smith, looks back at attending Hampstead School in Cricklewood between 1986 and 1993.

Young people who have turned their lives around doing a skills course in Alperton celebrated their success in a special ceremony.

Unions say government plans could leave schools in Brent with a funding crisis.

A children’s mental health charity that provides emotional and therapeutic support to schools in Brent has won a grant worth almost £160,000.

Young pupils in Sudbury formed a “walking bus” to urge motorists to drive slower after three children were run-over outside their primary school.

Staff and pupils at a primary school in Willesden have taken up the challenge of a new daily fitness project.

A young 15-year-old from Harlesden has made it into the National Youth Orchestra,

Union chiefs at a Brent college are calling for strike action over the suspension of one of its members.

It was a royal occasion for a crop of students at a Brent school who rubbed shoulders with the Duke of Cambridge as part of a history project yesterday.

A new sports facility has opened in a Willesden college thanks to the legacy of a former teacher who left money in his will.

A bus which operates as a free technology information service was launched at a Wembley primary school on Tuesday.

Brent Council has raked in at least £23,460 from fines handed out to parents who took their children out of school without permission, figures show.

A group of conscientious students have won first prize in a school project to reduce pollution and global warming.

A Brent MP is encouraging school breakfast clubs to enter themselves for an award to win £1,500.

With help from a secondary school in Harlesden a lorry containing boxes of books has made its way to Romania.

Green fingered staff and pupils at a secondary school in Kenton have scooped top prize in a national competition.

A primary school in Sudbury can hold events after hours after its application for an alcohol license was given the green light.

Questions were being raised this week after Freedom of Information (FOI) requests revealed that the Crest Academy has yet to pay back £20,000 in ward working funds.

The Crest Academy was in celebratory mood yesterday after scoring its best ever set of GCSE results.

The Principal of Ark Academy has praised her students after she saw them improve on GCSE results from last year.

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