December 9 2013 Latest news:
A new interactive online map of London is being launched to highlight the demand for school places in the capital and predicts the situation will only get worse.
Two female pupils from London schools have been named the 2013 Royal Institution’s L’Oréal Young Scientists of the Year after winning a national competition exploring the science of colour.
Harry Shepherd from the Jack Petchey Foundation on the value of a gap year.
London teenagers are the most likely to go to university and the gap between them and the rest of the country is widening, new figures show.
Margaret Moutford, Lord Alan Sugar’s former right-hand woman on The Apprentice, will be offering Croydon’s young people advice on how to make the most of their potential.
The Duke of York and Boris Johnson were on hand to open a new technical college in Greenwich today.
The headteacher of Mayfield School has dismissed ex-pupil Jessie J’s tales of gang crime at the Goodmayes school.
A project established to combat a sense of youth alienation linked to the London riots was paid a visit this week by former Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh.
Thousands of striking teachers and campaigners brought central London to a standstill today with a march against government changes that stretched for more than a mile.