Merton Council’s adult learning service has been given a set of Good marks by Ofsted inspectors. Merton Adult Learning offers a range of community courses, as well as opportunities to […]
Pupils and their teachers at schools across the borough were celebrating their GCSE results today. 72.8% of Merton pupils have achieved grades 9 – 4 (9 being the highest and […]
The A level results are out and thousands of students and their teachers across Merton are celebrating today. Secondary schools in Merton have continued to perform very well during […]
On Monday 19 March 2018, nine young people from Merton attended a presentation, shared their experiences and received their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) at St. James’s Palace, London […]
The South London Partnership is launching its skills strategy Skills for South Londoners at a conference with employers and skills providers today. High levels of skills, employment and entrepreneurship are […]
Businesses, providers and residents across Merton are being invited to attend the launch of the South London Partnership’s ‘Skills for South Londoners’ strategy, which will see the council link up […]
An art exhibition of work created by students with disabilities or learning difficulties will be going on display in Wimbledon and Morden.
He has been a council leader, head of the opposition, the mayor of Merton, dedicated ward councillor and countless other roles; now Councillor David Williams is marking 40 years of […]
It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.
A new fire cadet scheme for budding young firefighters will launch for the first time in the borough, thanks to funding from Merton Council.