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Cell-u-lar spectacular!

Those with a little bit of time to spare over the summer can indulge themselves in a science extravaganza (or, at least, three special shows) right on our doorstep in Whitechapel. From microbes to molars, cutting-edge trauma surgery to 100-year-old ...

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New Bow School opens

Students at Bow School have praised their new surroundings after moving into their £30million new building. Tower Hamlets Council partnered with developer Bouygues UK to deliver the state-of-the-art new school at Bow Lock on time and on budget. The completion ...

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Creating opportunities for youngsters

Young people who are not in education, employment or training can benefit from some expert advice this week on Thursday (26th June) as businesses and organisations come together for the “MyFuture” careers event. Why the event has been branded “MyFuture” ...

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New committee for Beani Bazar education

Emdad Rahman: The Beani Bazar Education Trust has appointed a new committee to oversee an educational support drive to boost literacy and numeracy rates as well as supporting young people who wish to take up further education. The inauguration ceremony took place ...

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New learning pack energises students

A group of sixty pupils from Cayley Primary School descended on Victoria Park last week, where they road tested a new learning pack and workbook devised by Tower Hamlets Council in partnership with the Heritage Lottery Fund. The pack includes ...

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