People interested in adopting a child will have a chance to meet adoptive parents at an event during National Adoption Week.
Award winning sports broadcaster Clare Balding made a surprise appearance last week at the opening of Ursuline High School’s first playing fields since the school opened 125 years ago. Ursuline […]
Merton schools have demonstrated strong GCSE performance again. This summer saw the first of a new series of significant changes in GCSEs in England. The content of English language, English […]
Merton Council has received an overall “good” Ofsted rating for its Children’s Services department, putting the local authority among the top performers in the country. Merton Safeguarding Children Board is […]
Students and teachers in Merton maintained schools are celebrating a set of A level results which are above the national average. In a year which has seen some significant changes […]
Merton is the top London local authority and 13th overall out of the 39 local authorities in the Stonewall Education Equality Index.
Swimmers Maia Dunleavy, Kelly Bone, Sophie Whelan and Leah Thomas-Daye made a splash at the London Youth Games when they won silver and bronze medals. The games are Europe’s largest […]
A £1m award from the Department for Education’s innovation fund will help Merton Council and five other south London boroughs lead the way on meeting the needs of looked after […]
Merton is home to the UK’s first dedicated scooter track. The Grand Prix-style course weaves in and out of a landscaped corner of Mostyn Gardens adjacent to Poplar Primary School. […]
Merton Council is marking Private Fostering Week (3 – 7 July) by reminding residents to get in touch if they know a child is living with someone other than their […]