March 10 2014 Latest news:
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.
Hertford Regional College, a further education institution with campuses just north of London and courses coming out of its ears, is holding an open day on February 8.
A decision by equality campaigners Stonewall to include Newham College on a list of 100 “gay friendly” employers is “bizarre”, according to human rights activist Peter Tatchell.
A free school for sixth-form pupils in Stratford, one of Britain’s most deprived areas, will send six of its students to Oxford or Cambridge University.
The principal of an east London college has stepped down after a recording of a homophobic rant by a senior lecturer emerged online.
A Newham College lecturer recorded making homophobic remarks has been sacked.