Hundreds of of parents have lied about where they live to get their child into a good school, an ITV News investigation has found.Read the full story ›
Prices for London homes with good schools nearby have rocketed by up to a 74% premium, according to a high street bank.Read the full story ›
London School of Economics saw its satisfaction rate fall six per cent on last year - making it the lowest-scoring major university.Read the full story ›
University College London and Colchester Institute students have launched a potential car of the future, weighing in at just 30kg.Read the full story ›
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie Pitt is to become a visiting professor at the London School of Economics (LSE).Read the full story ›
Mrs Thom set her Year 6 class 'homework' to take their minds off the assessments which included 'eat an ice cream' and 'go outside to play'.Read the full story ›
Sixteen per cent of children in London failed to get into their first choice of primary school, according to figures released today.Read the full story ›
When his IQ was tested by Mensa, Aum Amin, registered 162 - the highest possible score for someone under 18.Read the full story ›
If you've tried - and failed - to get your children eating more healthily, here's an idea from a school in West London, that may encourage more kids to eat their greens.
Pupils at Phoenix High School in Shepherd's Bush are being urged to change their diet simply by learning where food comes from.
In the latest in our series putting the Focus on Obesity, Ruth Zorko reports from the school farm:
Colin Hegarty, 36, designed a website to help teach maths and is the only Briton nominated for a prestigious global teaching award.Read the full story ›