Sound financial management during the period of Government austerity has resulted in money being available to invest into services for families across Merton, after the council agreed its annual budget. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Merton Council agreed its budget for 2019/20 at last night’s full Council meeting (6 March). Due to funding cuts from the Government, the council has had to make savings of […]
The exceptional achievements of Merton’s outstanding schools were recognised by the Mayor of London.
Merton maintained schools are celebrating after another good year for GCSE results.