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  • Tributes pour in for Doctor at Dulwich College

    By adam_leone at 22:15 on 09/01/13
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    Tributes are pouring in for Dr. Gareth Roberts who passed away on Friday. A message was posted on the Dulwich College website for friends, old Alleynians and ex-colleagues who worked or was taught at the college.  Gareth taught Chemistry at the College from 1984 to 2008 and was Master in Charge of Careers from 1995 to 2003.   Details of the funeral arrangements are yet to be confirmed. Dulwich College is an academically...
  • Sydenham School Parent Governor elections

    By adam_leone at 12:13 on 09/11/12
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    Elections are being held to replace a parent governor at Sydenham school.   All parents and guardians of children at the school are eligible to stand as candidates in the election unless: - If s/he is an elected member of the local education authority; (local councillor) - If s/he is paid to work at the school for more than 500 hours in any twelve month period beginning on 1st August and finishing on 31st July (an academic...
  • Disadvantaged Pupils To Benefit From Extra Funding

    By Reb_BEvans at 18:16 on 04/01/12
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    Disadvantaged pupils at inner city London schools are to benefit from new financial investment and Bromley Liberal Democrat MEP Sarah Ludford, has welcomed the additional money that will be spent on children from deprived backgrounds. London schools are set to benefit from an extra £224,586,000 to support disadvantaged pupils and over 375, 000 pupils are expected to be eligible. The Pupil Premium will be extending its reach to...
  • Record GCSE Results Across The Board In South East London

    By Reb_BEvans at 14:39 on 25/08/11
    Another record GCSE pass rate success, for year 11 students at Harris City Academy, in Crystal Palace.
    This week it's GCSE results week and these have been just as successful as last weeks A Levels. Girls are ahead once again, with over 26% achieving a top A* or A grade, compared to just 20% of boys.   Although boys have beaten girls at GCSE math's for the third year in a row, however girls are still significantly ahead in English, with over 70% of entries from girls achieving a C grade or above, overall the A* to C pass rate has...
  • Top Marks For A Level Students In Croydon Borough

    By Reb_BEvans at 11:35 on 19/08/11
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    This year the A Level pass rate rose to over 97%, which is very encouraging, although the number of students getting the highest grades remained, unchanged from last year at only 27%. Results from sixth form schools and colleges in Croydon borough were excellent overall, with an 85% average grades of A*, A or B pass rate for all A Level exams taken, some of the top scorers are below: Coulsdon Sixth Form College - 95% pass rate, 100%...

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