A new higher education college is urging landlords to welcome its 'hard working and focused' students looking for term-time accommodation.
The Greenwich School of Management will welcome students starting degree courses at its new west London campus in the former Glaxo Smith Kline headquarters in Greenford Road, Greenford.
Stanhope Primary School has been placed in special measures after failing every aspect of its latest Ofsted inspection.
Inspectors found teaching, pupils' achievement, behaviour and leadership at the school all 'inadequate' - the lowest possible rating - following a two-day inspection in May.
Dedicated pupils who did not miss a single day of school this year were awarded with brand new bicycles.
With the help of conscientious parents - and a touch of luck to not fall ill during term time - 34 studious children picked up their shiny new wheels last Friday.
Prospective students got a peek at a scale model of Greenford's new £19million high school.
Year six pupils from Horsenden and Oldfield primary schools checked out the plans and new school uniforms for the William Perkin Church of England High School.
A business college will bring new higher education opportunities for students and school-leavers in Greenford when it opens this autumn.
The Greenwich School of Management has been granted planning permission to open a new campus at the former GlaxoSmithKline HQ offices in Greenford Road, Greenford.
It was big grins all round when pupils had the rare chance to not only see an Olympic Torch up close and personal but hold it as well.
Seven-year-old Kennedy Clarridge must have been the most popular girl in school when she invited her grandfather Roy Clarridge to show off his golden torch to her schoolmates.
Entrepreneur and school sponsor Sir Alec Reed helped put the final touches to a massive expansion of the West London Academy.
Building work to expand the primary and high school, in Compton Crescent, Northolt, began last autumn and is nearing completion.
Olympic fever is bubbling as another lucky group of Ealing students have been selected to cheer on athletes at the opening ceremony.
Eight youngsters from Horsenden Primary School, North Greenford, were chosen to join hundreds of patriotic schoolchildren at the Guard of Honour.
A creative drama teacher has turned to mnemonics and designed lessons and study guides to help young children learn using visual and sound aids.
Marina McLeod hopes her characters Auber the Aubergine and Seed will bring maths, science and literacy to life for children aged five to 11, who may feel restricted by regular learning methods.
A new high school is to be named after the scientist who sowed the seeds of an innovative chemical industry in Greenford.
William Perkin, born in 1838, made it possible for people to afford to dress colourfully for the first time by inventing the first aniline dye called Mauveine in a small home laboratory at the age of just 17.