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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.

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.

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