Yesterday, 08:04

More than 500 people filled a Wembley church to celebrate the golden jubilee of a local primary school.

Pupils from a Willesden primary school made special bags which they filled and donated to the homeless in Brent.

Concerned parents at a Neasden primary school have launched a petition after discovering CCTV cameras in toilets used by children.

A Harlesden school's UK patron has been officially recognised as a saint by the Catholic Church.

A former Hampstead School pupil inspired by a career in biology and a Golders Green nursery teacher have launched a programme to make science "an experience" for children in hope of inspiring them to take an interest in science technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects.

A Kensal Rise artist has joined forces with a Willesden secondary school to recreate his interactive project against knife crime.

Willesden primary school kids learned about the "explosion of creativity" within the African-American community in the 1920s on Monday.

Primary School teacher Tina Murray was left speechless when awarded one of the country's top teaching awards last week.

Green-fingered kids at a Kensal Green primary school have been doing their bit for the planet by growing their own food for school lunches and building their own wormery for composting waste.

Staff, parents and governors have lost their battle to keep a Wembley primary school open after Brent Council rubber stamped its closure in a meeting slammed as a "foregone conclusion".

A lack of commitment from some headteachers is proving a "major barrier" in a programme to improve the achievements of boys of black Caribbean heritage in Brent schools.

Staff and supporters of a threatened primary school in Wembley scored a victory in their battle to stop it from closing - for now.

Pupils at a Kenton Secondary school enjoyed a dance lesson with a West End star.

Battle lines are being drawn in Queen's Park around a secondary school's application for a floodlit commercial football pitch which neighbours say will be "detrimental to the area".

Staff and parents at a primary school in Wembley are going on strike for the fourth time on the day a decision to close it for good comes under scrutiny.

Brent Council's cabinet last night voted through a plan to close Roe Green Strathcona Primary School - as teachers, parents and union members picketed the building.

Parents are invited to view proposals for a new school in Brent to help meet growing demand for places for students with special educational needs.

Pupils in Harlesden got to meet West End stars during a police-organised summer camp in their school.

A top-scoring free school in Wembley Park is accepting enrolments into its new sixth form - but pupils need seven grade 7s to get in.

Foreign students at Queen's Park Community School celebrated "remarkable achievements" in their GCSEs.

A Neasden secondary school pupil who scored a string of top GCSEs has thanked teachers for getting her low grades back up.

The head of a Harlesden boys' school has been inspired by a Syrian pupil who came to the UK two years ago an unaccompanied minor, but smashed his GCSEs after just five terms.

When Ali Asharify started Capital City Academy he had already attended eight primary schools.

The Brent North MP has praised students and staff in his constituency for their "stellar results" at GCSE and A-level this year.

Kenton pupils bagged some GCSE top grades despite one breaking his hand two days before the exam.

Pupils and staff at a Willesden girls' school are celebrating their "best ever results".

A Wembley Park academy consolidated the "exceptional results" it achieved last year, said its head on GCSE results day.

A Wembley school is celebrating a "significant improvement" on last year with many GCSE results "littered with 9s".

Across the borough, Year 11 pupils will this morning be opening envelopes with baited breath. But the grades they will have earned will no longer be lettered - so here's our guide to the new-look numbered GCSE grades.

A teacher at a Kenton secondary school is encouraging GCSE pupils to say thank you to staff who have supported them over the year when they pick up their results tomorrow.

Four Wembley students started their summer holiday coding and puzzle solving within a government department.

A Willesden pupil is off to New York after winning a fully-funded £95,000 a year scholarship to an elite American university as her all girls' school recorded its "best ever" A-level results.

Sixth form pupils in Kingsbury have outperformed the national trend in dipping grades according to their headmaster.

Two "extraordinary young men" at a Kenton secondary school have obtained eight A* and A grades between them in their A-levels.

A Cricklewood secondary school is celebrating its "best ever" A Level results.

A self proclaimed 'slacker' at a Queen's Park secondary school is off to study maths at Bristol University after a 'shambolic' performance in his AS Levels gave him the wake up call he needed.

Capital City Academy have had a record year according to its headteacher with pupils achieving higher A-Level grades.

Pupils expressed joy, jitters and relief in North Wembley this morning as they went to pick up their A-Level results.

It's that time of year again when many students from across the country are waking up feeling anxious as judgement day has arrived: A-level results day.

Brent Council's leader has defended the decision to invite a drag queen to launch a children's challenge at the borough's libraries.

Boys at Newman Catholic College received a standing ovation after performing poetry for the first time at the British Library.

A diverse group of artists and activists used the last week of the school term to bring a unique brand of performance art to a Willesden school - all in the name of reducing knife crime and empowering young people.

A Harlesden 10-year-old interviewed an MP and helped create a magazine as part of a drive to raise money for the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

The sale of a Dudden Hill college campus involves different organisations "swapping" locations and Brent Council offering a multi-million pound loan to make it all happen.

Union members from a primary school in Harlesden held a half day strike over allegations of "bullying" by the executive head.


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