The achievements of two Brent schools have been celebrated an at awards ceremony.
A Wembley teenager has beaten mountainous odds to become the UK's youngest flight instructor.
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.
A Neasden secondary school pupil who scored a string of top GCSEs has thanked teachers for getting her low grades back up.
Four Wembley students started their summer holiday coding and puzzle solving within a government department.
A derelict piece of land in Stonebridge has been turned into an edible garden for the whole community to enjoy.
Boys at Newman Catholic College received a standing ovation after performing poetry for the first time at the British Library.
Primary pupils in Wembley outsung the competition from 32 schools to be crowned winners of Brent Choir of the Year.
A Kenton schoolgirl's passionate speech against homophobic violence has seen her crowned Brent's public speaker of the year.
Striking staff, parents and children from Roe Green Strathcona picketed Brent Civic Centre this morningin the hope of saving their school from closure.
Lambs, chicken and guinea pigs have moved into a primary school in Wembley to be part of the pupils' learning experience.
Westminster North MP Karen Buck joined parents and children to protest the sudden closure of Queen's Park Nursery.
Staff and students at Queens Park Community School were celebrating an exceptional range of GCSE results this morning — and headteacher Judith Enright paid tribute to her pupils for rising to the "definitely more challenging" new exams.
Sent to school in Kenya for hanging out with the wrong crowd, a man has now graduated with a first class degree after being inspired by his father's radical plan.
Any desires to build a new Hindu school at Northwick Park to replace the closing fee-paying school in Neasden have been dashed - for now.
Young performers in Brent have the opportunity to take part in a free all-singing all-dancing competition.
Twenty five pupils from two Brent secondary schools were given a VIP day at Dungeness B power station after they scooped the top prize in an EDF energy competition.
Luck shone on a handful of pupils from two primary schools in Brent who were gifted tickets to a national atheletics championship.
Young entrepreneurs have a chance to take centre stage at a free workshop in Kilburn.
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