GIRLS turned silent storytellers in order to mime and dance the plot of two children's books.
The pupils at Peterborough and St Margaret's School in Common Road, Stanmore, worked with a choreographer from West End In Schools dance group on Thursday to create and act out vignettes in front of their teachers to celebrate World Book Day.
SELLING coffee travel mugs with cheeky puns on the side has BEAN a profitable venture for a group of students.
Twenty-two girls from North London Collegiate School (NLCS) in Canons Drive, Edgware, set up sMUG, one of three companies at the school created for the Young Enterprise (YE) competition in which Year 12 pupils come together to establish firms to conceive, manufacture and sell a unique product in order to practise real world business skills and confront genuine industry setbacks.
EDGWARE: Krishna-Avanti in Camrose Avenue became the first primary school in Harrow to become an academy, on September 1, having previously been voluntary-aided.
The conversion means the school enjoys more freedom from Harrow Council. It has the ability to set its own pay and conditions for staff, freedoms around the delivery of the curriculum and the ability to change the lengths of terms and school days.
PARALYMPIC experts took sporty children through their paces as part of a specialised gym open day.
The Aspire gym, at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, welcomed more than 60 children from seven local schools to take part in activities and encouraged disabled children to get involved in sports.
PERFORMERS at a school will work with a local charity to put on a new production.
Pupils at Claremont High School are working with Age UK Brent to put on Two Dogs and Five Carriages and present a performance featuring year 12 students and older members of the community.
STUDENTS danced in the rain during a surprise flash mob to launch an Olympics sporting competition.
More than 80 pupils at Weald Junior School, in Robin Hood Drive, Harrow, took to the playground on Friday lunchtime last week and showed off their dancing skills to the rest of the school, who knew nothing about the event.
PUPILS and staff at a high school are celebrating becoming the first London-based school to receive a national award for sports leadership.
Park High School, in Thistelcroft Gardens, Stanmore, held an assembly on Thursday, April 24 and was awarded Sports Leader UK Leadership Academy Status by Sports Leader UK.
A SENIOR scientist spoke to interested students at Stanmore College about a career in research.
Andy Shore spoke to medical science students at the college about his work in pathology and working as part of a medical team.
YOUNG thespians inspired by Shakespeare put on a collaborative show of Othello.
Students from five schools across Harrow came together to perform the play about jealousy, love and suspicion.
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STUDENTS in bright red raised nearly £750 for a national charity after a recent non-school uniform day.