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08Jun
A secondary school for boys and girls with moderate to severe learning difficulties has won two awards from the Royal...

29May
Hoda Ali is a survivor of female genital mutilation (FGM) who is fighting to bring an end to the procedure. She...

21May
That is the powerful message being sent out as awareness is raised in local schools about female genital mutilation (FGM)....

15May
A range of events are being held that offer you the chance to learn how you might be able to help the...
Genny, volunteer

02May
As part of national Volunteer Week, an Ealing Volunteers Fair is being held on Saturday, 9 June. It could be...

24Apr
Children in England eat far more than their recommended daily amount of sugar - but Acton pupils  have won an...

19Mar
Social workers will share what they do on an average day via the council's social media accounts tomorrow (Tuesday, 20...

15Mar
A new project that aims to help local students stay safe online has seen positive results with a 48% reduction in cyberbullying in its first year.  CyberMentorPLUS is a programme being...

09Mar
YoungMinds estimate that on average, three pupils in every UK classroom have a mental health problem. Teachers from across the borough attended...
Tan Afzal, school governor

05Mar
School governors play an active role in school life and in helping pupils to fulfil their potential. Interested in getting...

21Feb
Young people have been building bikes with parts provided by Acton Police Station in a scheme crowdfunded by residents of...
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