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The only east London school to offer the International Baccalaureate diploma on its timetable has been praised by Ofsted inspectors.
George Green's School, on the Isle of Dogs, received an overall rating of good following its latest review, with teaching quality, behaviour and safety of pupils and management all flagged up as plus points.
Statistics show 93 per cent of Tower Hamlets children will begin education at one of their top three school choices in September.
And for the third consecutive year, the borough was placed above the London average in figures which also revealed 84 per cent of families secured a place at their first choice establishment.
The scientists of tomorrow could make their mark in education at a new east London free school, set to open its doors in September.
The former oasthouse at the Grade II listed Clock Mill, next to Bromley by Bow Tube, will act as a temporary home for the East London Science School, thanks to a partnership with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).
A proposed link between education and economic opportunities in the Royal Docks is one step closer to becoming a reality.
An application to create a secondary Free School in Silvertown, put forward by Oasis Community Learning and Britannia Village Primary School, has reached the second stage of the approval process.
Greenwich, East London and Queen Mary universities have taken their place in a study of the best higher education establishments in the capital.
The Sunday Times University Guide 2013 has placed Queen Mary University of London as the sixth-highest ranked university in London, with a teaching excellence score of 76 per cent and a statistic of 81.5 per cent graduate level jobs.