A Bexley school is set to grow the number of its students by a third after major expansion work is completed.
Schools face a “crunch time” as cost pressures for high needs children are set to lead to a funding gap in Bexley.
An event will take place later in the month to celebrate some of the improvements made by Bexley’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) teams.
The Strategic Education Partnership Board held its inaugural meeting last week (March 8), at which it created five sub-groups to address its priority issues across areas for education improvement in the borough.
An annual apprenticeship information event attracted more than 800 young people and their families on Monday (March 12).
It was secondary school offer day last week, and in Bexley all applicants who applied on time have been offered a place.
Hundreds of local residents are set to find out more about apprenticeship opportunities in the borough at the council’s annual information event.