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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Shenstone School in Crayford, and Northwood Primary School in Erith have benefitted from the scheme so far

The event is trying to spark a love of science into pupils

United Kingdom

Parents received letters and emails on Wednesday

Bexley council

Bexley and Sidcup MP James Brokenshire paid the college a visit to congratulate them this week

James Brokenshire

Students from St Columba’s and Bexleyheath Academy were at the match

Bexleyheath Academy

Long wait to find out which school they will start in September ends this week

The course provides a range of training

He was given a tour of the school and visited all seven classes

The club is running a scholarship programme for 16 to 19-year-olds

The site forms part of new housing development The Quarry

Neill

Find out here about which Bexley and Bromley schools are closed today

Met Office

Ofsted has branded the timeframe ‘unacceptable’

Rob Leitch

The move forms part of a new approach by an education, employment and training firm

Rob Leitch

The school was hit by heavy rain over the weekend

Google is encouraging schools to sign up to its education programme

United Kingdom

Classroom vacancies are on the rise

London

Seven people were arrested and two were put in hospital following the incident

Erith School

The MP spoke at a sell-out event

David Evennett

Step into Dance will run in London throughout November and December

United Kingdom

The pupils were nominated by their teachers for their achievements in a range of categories

Rob Leitch

The initiative was launched by Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) to help educate children about the disease

Rotary Club

The scholarship will help him realise his dream of becoming a musician

Figures have been revealed after a Freedom of Information Act

London

Police were called to a brawl involving youngsters in Northumberland Heath

Erith School

It is also one of the safest in the country

Michael Earley

The MP presented prizes to pupils for outstanding achievements

James Brokenshire

The fire broke out at Midfield School in July

Students returned to their secondary schools to get their results today

Fully qualified advisors can help those whose results may not be what they expected

Bexley

Record numbers of students are heading to universities this year

Townley Grammar School

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