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A man was stabbed and another left suffering from injuries caused by a hammer following a fight which spilled into an Isle of Dogs school.
Police were called to George Green's School in Manchester Road, at 11.10am yesterday, after reports of an incident between two men that had moved from the street into the entrance to the school's hydropool.
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.
The Government's decision to scrap a proposed system to replace GCSEs has been welcomed by a headteacher on the Isle of Dogs.
Kenny Frederick, principal of George Green's School, said education secretary Michael Gove had been "forced to listen to the profession" and go back on plans to introduce English Baccalaureate Certificates to replace the current grading system by 2015.
The principal of a Tower Hamlets school has joined forces with four of her peers and put pen to paper in a letter accusing an examinations watchdog of ignoring the findings of its own investigation.
The open letter to Glenys Stacey, chief executive of Ofqual, has been written in a response to this summer's GCSE English marking fiasco.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg experienced at first-hand the impact of a education to work programme on his first visit to an Isle of Dogs school.
Teenage members of the ThinkForward project at George Green's School, in Manchester Road, held a question and answer session with the Liberal Democrat leader, discussing the benefits of the scheme which helps youngsters become "job-ready" before they leave school.