April 23 2014 Latest news:
As our partnership with Barking and Dagenham College hots up, its students reveal their business and marketing plans, as they compete to take control of one of London24’s sister newspapers- the Barking and Dagenham Post.
A lucky team of 12 students will be invited to London24’s headquarters in east London which we share with the Post to take over the newspaper for a whole week- from writing, to photography to selling the ad space.
Some opportunities in life are just too good to miss – which is why scores of college students have applied for their unique chance to take control of one of London24’s sister papers- the Barking and Dagenham Post.
Producing any newspaper is a big task. So what would happen if, say, a local title were brave enough to hand over responsibility for the week’s news to a group of media-savvy students?
Hundreds of schools in London are closed or partially closed today as a nationwide teacher strike hits the capital.
A Wood Green teacher who engaged in “sexual activity” with a vulnerable pupil as she prepared for her GCSE exams has been banned from the country’s classrooms for life.
Teachers in London and nationwide are set to walk out this Wednesday in a dispute over excessive workload, pension changes and the introduction of performance related pay.
More than half of the UK universities that feature in new international rankings are in London.
Students broke into their vice-chancellor’s office, took confidential documents and left an abusive note calling him a strong expletive in an ongoing row at the University of London.
Primary-age pupils claim they were slapped and threatened with being hit at Talmud Torah Chaim Meirim Wiznitz School in Stamford Hill, north London, an Ofsted report states.
A college principal has spoken out against government plans to cut further education budgets.