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Staff members at a Kensal Rise pub have been dishing out meals to school children during half term.

A Cricklewood primary school has gone a step further during half term to feed the community as well as pupils.

A Brondesbury Park faith school has been told by education chiefs to revise its admission requirements which “disadvantages” siblings.

Miske Ali had an overwhelming awakening when she left her home in Stonebridge to study at Cambridge University, but does not regret a minute.

The Covid pandemic is putting a generation of school children at risk of deepening inequality in education and life prospects, a meeting heard.

“Don’t choke us to death,” was the message to motorists outside a Harlesden primary school on national Clean Air Day.

A former youth centre in Roundwood is to be transformed into a new school and community centre.

The controversial demolishment of a Victorian villa in Stonebridge has been delayed while issues around bat surveys are investigated.

All aboard the Musical Bus as it drives into Willesden this weekend offering free instrument tuition to children.

For many young people in Brent and Kilburn today is a momentous day – will they get the A Level grades they need to move on to university or employment?

The end of the school year is drawing near, but many parents and their children will be left without the normal opportunity to say goodbye to the teachers who have made such a big difference.

A Wembley primary school commissioned a bold mural during lockdown while its remote teaching curriculum has reached 9,500 children across the world.

A new secondary school for Neasden has been given the green light by Brent’s planning committee.

Pupils at a Harlesden secondary school are benefitting from an Alperton charity providing 2,500 meals a day to families in the capital.

Two managers of a Park Royal primary school have been convicted of running an illegal secondary school for 66 children on the floor above.

Boys in a Wembley school’s choir enjoyed a day out touring nearby primary schools to inspire more boys to take part in singing.

Mayor of Brent Councillor Ernest Ezeajughi was on hand to congratulate the first cohort of trainees who have passed a new Construct a Career programme.

A primary school in Cricklewood has celebrated the much-anticipated opening of its new library.

Two Wembley siblings have sung their way to winning a gold award at music festival hosted by the UK and China.

A primary school in Barnhill has been recognised for its “significant achievement” teaching science.

A Wembley primary school held a very special science fair this month.

Staff and union reps from a Wembley primary school held their sixth strike and protest over uncertain compulsory redundancies.

Thousands of pupils across Brent enjoyed a theatre performance of War Horse with an introduction by the book’s author.

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

Pupils from a Kenton secondary school have placed over 550 commemorative crosses in the school’s Prayer Garden in the lead up to Remembrance Day.

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