Following the national primary school offer day yesterday, more children will be feeling excited for September after being offered a place at one of their preferred schools in Croydon.
Early results indicate that Croydon students have raised the borough’s overall GCSE performance after results were announced on Thursday.
Croydon Council has launched a campaign in its 123 primary and secondary schools aimed at parents who might be victims of domestic abuse.
Parents of Croydon schoolchildren have been updated this week on each school’s individual arrangements to limit the Covid-19 risk when a new academic year starts in September.
Early results show Croydon students have done better in this year’s GCSEs despite the disruption caused by Covid-19.
Early indications show Croydon’s A-level students have done well in external assessments announced yesterday (Thursday) as replacements for cancelled summer examinations.
Even more pupils are set to have safer and healthier journeys to school when 10 further Schools Streets are introduced in September, taking the total in Croydon to 21.
The proportion of children offered a place at their first choice primary school in Croydon has increased.
The #CroydonTogether campaign is today saying a special thank you to schools, teachers and staff for everything they are doing to support their communities during the Covid-19 pandemic. More than 50 Croydon schools will be staying open throughout the Easter holiday to continue to provide care for vulnerable children and those of critical workers. This is enabling parents and carers to fulfil vital roles in public services from the NHS and social care, to street cleaning and bin collection, at this crucial time.