In order to ensure greater accountability and improve decision-making for children’s services while coronavirus is affecting the community, the Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis has appointed a new […]
Every Merton family who applied for a primary school reception class place has been offered one, for the academic year due to start this September. Figures released for National Primary […]
Joint statement from Public Health England and Merton Council on confirmed COVID-19 case at Wimbledon College, Merton Dr Yvonne Young, consultant in communicable disease control, PHE London, said: “Public Health […]
The Access Centre at Raynes Park High School has been awarded Autism Accreditation by the National Autistic Society. Accredited status is awarded to educational organisations where staff have a good […]
A rare first-edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has been found on the shelves of Wimbledon Library. The book, which could potentially be of very high value, […]
New venues are set to replace some of the schools which usually have to close during elections so they can be used as polling stations. Although some schools are able […]
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 […]
Steel bands, food tasting and an exhibition illuminating the working lives and experiences of members of the Caribbean community feature at events to mark Windrush Day.
Children and young people across Merton are being encouraged to give up fizzy drinks this month to reduce their sugar intake. Merton Council is supporting Fizz Free February, which was […]
Merton Council has been praised by Ofsted inspectors for its effective and timely work to protect the borough’s most vulnerable children.