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10:51, 1 DEC 2016
Former Northwood School maths teacher guilty of indecently assaulting teenage pupil in the 1990s
Anthony John Pryor was convicted of indecent assault against a teenage girl in the 1990s
Northwood School celebrates £35m expansion as council pushes for more pupil places
Northwood School has been able to more than double its capacity thanks to the opening of a new building housing 53 classrooms
Two more free schools for Hillingdon get Government green light, including a new special needs facility
The Government has approved a total of three new free schools for Hillingdon after two more bids were approved this month
GCSE results Hillingdon: Students achieve some of the best results ever
Another exciting day for young people across Hillingdon as 15 and 16-year-olds pick up their GCSE results
A Level results
A Level results: Amazing individual stories as west London students head to Oxbridge and beyond
With record numbers of university offers being made across the country, we take a look at how schools in west London fared on A Level results day
Watch aspiring engineers create driverless pods as part of Heathrows schools challenge
Thousands of students learned about robotics and coding to build mini driverless pods in a bid inspire future engineers
Five headteachers collaborate in bid to create new high school in Hillingdon
Demand for places are so high in the borough, that hundreds of children would go without unless a new school is built
91% of Hillingdon children will go to their preferred secondary school
Every child in Hillingdon got a school place, despite a record number of applicants bucking the London wide trend
Northwood Hills show their community spirit with Christmas light switch on
Rain did not dampen the Christmas spirit at the Northwood Hills 'Big Switch On'
'Police incident' on border of Northwood Hills and Pinner delaying buses
Traffic accident held up H13 buses
Ruislip teenager in charity skydive with aunt diagnosed with cancer
Katie Lovell and four others have so far raised more than £3,000 for Cancer Research UK after her aunt was diagnosed with the condition
Courageous kids take to the streets for a mega game of Monopoly
Their aim is to raise as much money as possible to carry on the vital work of the charity, helping damaged kids come to the UK for life-changing surgery.
Northwood School celebrates 100 per cent A-level pass rate
The majority of students have been accepted to study their chosen universities
Northwood School to get £30million for expansion and improvements
The project is part of Hillingdon Council’s primary school building programme – the largest of its kind in London – will create 6,500 additional places across the borough.
Authors encourage school children
Matt Dickenson and Kia Garrigues visited schools in the borough this week giving pupils an insight into what it takes to become a successful writer
Northwood School's Ibrahim speaks out to success
Eighteen schools in the borough took part in the competition, which involved more than 700 year 10 students
Best ever GCSE results at Northwood School
A RECORD 97 per cent of Northwood School students gained five or more A*-C grades, 73 per cent of those including English and Maths.
Your letters this week (August 14)
How young people helped elderly man
Skill of young artists put on show
NORTHWOOD School showcased the work of GCSE and A-level students with an art exhibition open to parents and fellow pupils.
London Marathon runner vows to finish 'for Boston'
A RUISLIP woman has vowed to make it to the finish line in memory of those who died and were injured in the Boston Marathon.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Bronze tribute plan to honour Sir Elton
SUPERSTAR Sir Elton John could soon have a permanent presence in Northwood Hills.
Better way to say ‘drugs are bad’
A MUSICIAN caught the attention of Northwood students with a special performance and a message to keep clear of drugs.
Snow blankets the borough
Huge disruptions as snow storm takes its toll.
Adventurer inspires children to write
HE HAS climbed Mount Everest, made films, written books, and now adventurer Matt Dickinson has even inspired school children to write their own pieces of fiction.