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Here you will find the latest news on West London's schools, academies and further education colleges, plus the area's prominent universities, Brunel and the University of West London. A baby boom in recent years has seen the demand for school places soar, triggering a rapid expansion of local schools and free schools coming on stream to keep up.

Pupils in Heston don blindfolds to mark World Sight Day

Students at Westbrook Primary School played football and hockey wearing the masks to help them understand the challenges facing blind and visually impaired people

Quartet of Hounslow schools win entry to Gold Club

Lampton School, The Heathland School, Lionel Primary and Grove Park Primary are all praised by Boris Johnson for helping more deprived students flourish

Uxbridge High School headteacher quits but mystery remains

Princpal and his deputy took leave of absence in spring. Now resignations announced.

Pupils release 500 balloons to mark Peace One Day

St George’s Primary School marked the day in spectacular fashion.

Science specialist primary school to open in Hounslow

Edison Primary School is due to open next September in the Cranford or Isleworth area after getting the go-ahead from the Department for Education

Education in Pictures


West London dance music trio Concrete Disco launch debut album - for free

Concrete Disco - brothers and former Pinner residents Dom and Joe Berditch, and their friend Jonny Wharton, whose stage name is Jonny Falls Over - released their double LP Work For Your Living, Play For Your Life at the end of September

Nearly 30,000 new jobs and 1,600 homes planned along Brentford's Golden Mile

New rail links, a segregated cycle lane along the A4 and a boardwalk from Boston Manor tube station across the M4 and Grand Union Canal are among Hounslow Council's plans to revive the strip's fortunes

Lord Alan Sugar gives his blessing to new business school at University of West London

Lord Sugar and Claude Littner have launched a new business school in Ealing
The Apprentice star and businessman was in Ealing to launch the Claude Littner Business School in support of one of his long term associates.

Schools & Academies

Brent Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Michael Gallagher

On the beat: Brent police chief Michael Gallagher on a busy week

Brent police chief Michael Gallagher talks us through a week in policing the London borough.

Looking Back with Eddie Menday: Battling through war musuem

Eddie Menday visits the Imperial War Museum for the first time since it was redeveloped

Brent school children take part in anti bullying event

Students from twenty-six of Brent’s primary and secondary schools attended the event in Wembley which included talks and workshops where students discussed ways to spot the signs of bullying.

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