Thursday, May 11, 2017

Hundreds of local students are sitting the tests this week

The scheme presents opportunities across the council for all ages

Bromley Council

Seven schools in the capital won the award


He will join Olympians Callum Giles, and Emily Evans, plus Cambridge Rugby Blue, Sam Howard, on the school’s sports coaching team


All four ran London South East College’s own tv channel

The independent school opened in 1918

The Spring Sharings performance will take place at Ravens Wood School on April 24


The chefs are patrons of London South East College’s Hospitality Food and Enterprise Career College who run the restaurant

Ian Payne

All aspects of the report have received a rating of ‘requires improvement’

Angela Wilkins

Students and teachers at Bromley Beacon Academy have been praised by their head

Ian Payne

Unite’s library staff members - 60 people - will be walking out at the beginning of April

Onay Kasab

Children nervously waiting where they will attend secondary school in September will find out this week

The Orpington school will be visited by members of the Cray Forum who hope to implement a signposted River Cray heritage walk

The event featured music from the Langley Park School for Boys Dance Band

Rotary Club

The school will help to address a shortage of places in the borough

Civic Centre

Objections to the development centred upon congestion and pupil safety

The school set up an alumni network last year and wants to build on its success

Ravensbourne School

She is hoping to attract support for two special days this summer

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

Met Office

A consultation event takes place later this month

Sam Parrett

The introduction of the new tests has sparked widespread controversy

United Kingdom

Primary schools are among the country’s best for statutory assessment, argued the council


Eltham College can now start construction on a new building and sixth form centre

Bromley council

The school was hit by heavy rain over the weekend

It is hoped the school will address a shortage of places for boys in the borough

Staff and pupils dressed up as Roald Dahl characters to celebrate the author’s centenary

United Kingdom

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