A school in Merton has created what is believed to be the UK’s first ever scooter park for young children which will be enjoyed both by pupils and the local […]
Brand new courses, some of which will be held on Saturdays, are being run during the summer term by Merton Adult Education.
The pregnancy rate in Merton for girls aged 18 or under has reduced by three quarters in under a decade, according to new statistics.
Merton libraries have been awarded £142,611 for a literacy, arts and culture programme for young people. The funding from Arts Council England will be used to encourage more 11-18-year-olds to […]
The Leader of Merton Council has urged parents across the borough to tell the Government they are against the proposal to reduce funding for London’s schools in 2018. The new […]
Mitcham schools celebrated recent staff and student successes in an uplifting award Ceremony at St Marks Academy.
Eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm and addiction in secondary school-aged children will be discussed at the first parent conference hosted by local charity stem4.
A special primary school is celebrating being hailed by Ofsted’s chief inspector as a happy and inspirational place, with leaders and governors committed to maintaining excellence that others can learn […]
Christmas can be a lonely time for the elderly. Thanks to the children of St John Fisher Primary School though, nearly 200 elderly people in the local Merton community […]
Merton Council celebrated the achievements of its many young people last week at its annual Celebration of Success.