Imperial College London performed best in the capital's strongest ever performance.Read the full story ›
Britain's most famous particle physicist says not enough female and minority students are considering a career in science and mathsRead the full story ›
The University of South Wales opened a centre in the Docklands in London, but has attracted no students and has been forced to close.Read the full story ›
University College London is to review its communications strategy after the resignation of Sir Tim Hunt.
The Honorary Professor resigned after criticism of a speech in which he said women were hopeless at science.
The university's governmening body says the media interest was unprecedented, and recognises the distress caused to Sir Tim.
Twins Vicky and Thomas Vanderstichele are celebrating after achieving the remarkable feat of both scoring full marks in an International Baccalaureate diploma programme.
The brother and sister are sixth formers a King's College School in Wimbledon, south west London.
Vicky needed to score 41 points in the IB to win a place at Cambridge to study Classics, while Thomas needed 39 points to study biochemistry at Oxford, but both achieved perfect scores of 45 out of 45.
The pair recorded the school's best IB results since it adopted the educational programme in 2001.
A top headteacher has told parents she will give away their children's place at primary school if they go on holiday during term time.Read the full story ›
Nearly half (43%) of adults in the capital are very or quite worried about the welfare of a child in their neighbourhood.
A survey by Action for Children also found the same number of people didn't tell anyone fearing they would cause trouble for the people involved, or themselves, if they were mistaken.
While almost two thirds said members of the public should become involved when they have concerns about a neglected child, more than half said they needed more information about sources of assistance and advice about their worries.
Students from the Mulberry School For Girls in the heart of London's East Endgot the chance to question the US First Lady today.Read the full story ›
Michelle Obama, the First Lady of the United States, has been given a very warm welcome indeed by students at an all-girls' school in east London.
Mrs Obama is visiting Britain to discuss her campaigns for girls' education and better support for military families.
She is about to host an event at the Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets to discuss how to improve her Let Girls Learn campaign to help educate adolescent girls across the world.