Merton students celebrate A level success

Students and teachers in Merton maintained schools are celebrating another set of 6th form results in A’ levels and Applied General qualifications such as Level 3 BTECs. Students from Wimbledon College and Ursuline 6th form partnership celebrate their results at Wimbledon College with Leader of

Dream comes true for young ‘nuclear expert’

School pupil Samuel Boardman had wowed decommissioning leaders with a letter detailing how he would empty the highly-hazardous ponds. The 11-year-old, from North Wales, came up with a proposal, using similar techniques to those already being used. So impressed was the head of the legacy

The unemployment rate is at 4%, the lowest since 1975

The unemployment rate has fallen further this month, to 4%, with a higher proportion of black and ethnic minority (BME) people in work than ever before. As young people in England and Wales await their A-level results on Thursday, the proportion of young people who

London Councils response to rough sleeping strategy

London Councils supports the government’s ambition to end rough sleeping, while also highlighting the importance of increasing social housing. Cllr Darren Rodwell, London Council’s Executive member for housing and planning, said: “Reducing homelessness in London requires a massive increase in social housing provision, which is

Winstanley & York Road regeneration consultation begins

Hundreds of Battersea residents have been meeting with the Regeneration Team to discuss the proposed development plans for the Winstanley and York Road estates. A planning application is due to be submitted later this year, comprising of an outline planning proposal of the masterplan and detailed proposals