The Local Government Association has warned that councils in London are having to take money out of their budgets to pay for school places.
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Work on tackling homophobic bullying fits very much with the church's ethos, said Luke Tryl, Head of Education at Stonewall.
The Archbishop is meeting with staff at Trinity C of E School in Lewisham to discuss measures to stamp out homophobic bullying In schools.
Research by Stonewall shows that more than half (55 per cent) of gay young people experience homophobic bullying.
The Lesbian Gay and Bisexual charity says that if homophobic bullying goes unchallenged, it can have severe negative consequences for young people.
It says three out of five gay young people say homophobic bullying affects their school work and many have skipped school because of it. Homophobic bullying also impacts on young people's self-esteem and ambitions.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will be in Lewisham today to launch measures to tackle homophobic bullying in Church of England schools. Justin Welby recognises what he terms 'particular challenges in this area' and insists pupils must be protected.
The Archbishop explained that the guidance was about "challenging schools to strive towards a deeply accepting environment for all their pupils".
A programme, organised by the Naz Legacy Foundation, will be launched at the National Portrait Gallery today offering children from deprived and minority communities the chance to visit a gallery or museum for the first time.
The Naz Legacy Foundation was set up three years ago after Mr Bokhari died.
Children as young as eight have been referred for specialist drug and alcohol treatment in Waltham Forest.
Charities are calling for improved drugs education in schools following an investigation by the Press Association that revealed the details.
Treatment experts said the most common reason for children to come into contact with drugs and alcohol is through their parents and preventative work is key to heading off misuse among youngsters.