It's the only school on the Canary Wharf estate and one of very few with its playground on a quay, but now River House Montessori is leaving.
The school, which has gone from four children to 175 in 14 years, has outgrown its facilities in Heron Quay and in early March will head to a site at Millharbour.
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In the second of a two part series, What Would Google Do? author Jeff Jarvis discusses the future of the media in a Google world, and how surviving 9/11 led him to find an outlet in blogging.
View part one here.
Google is one of the internet age's greatest success stories. But could it also teach you to unlock the potential of your own business?
In the first of a two-part interview, the Wharf talks to new media expert Jeff Jarvis about what you can learn from the Californian search colossus.
Adam Virgo extended Millwall's winless run to five games as The Lions failed to turn pressure into points.
The Brighton defender headed home in acres of space to thwart the home side, who should have put more than one on the scoresheet themselves in a positive first half.
White dreads and natty threads were the order of the day when Billy Ocean strolled onto the Indigo2 stage last Friday.
Looking like a Caribbean Father Christmas, with white dreadlocks and a snowy beard, Ocean cut a distinctive figure and he certainly delivered a present for his fans with a superb show.
Charlton got their first point in nine away matches after drawing 0-0 with relegation rivals Barnsley on Saturday.
In a match that few would describe as a thriller, the Tykes were booed off the pitch by their fans after being frustrated by the Addicks.
Stoke striker Vincent Pericard will be included in Millwall's squad for their match against Brighton.
The 26-year-old agreed a three month loan deal with The Lions on Friday, having made only eight appearances for his Premiership paymasters this season.
Charlton head to Barnsley on Saturday for another must-win game in their relegation battle.
The Addicks, who are three points adrift at the bottom of the Championship, have no new injuries before the trip to Barnsley, but Zheng Zhi is still not fit enough to take part in the match.
Anti-war protesters are to use "irony and humour" in their battle against Baby Show organiser Clarion.
The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) will station members outside the Excel event next weekend to inform visitors that the company also owns the controversial DSEi arms fair, which returns to East London in September.