Results day in RBKC is something to be proud of

Students from schools in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea are celebrating excellent A level results today (Thursday 14 August). Overall the Royal Borough was well above the national average with 41 per cent gaining A* and A grades (national 26 per cent), 73 per cent A* to B...

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Few female students take A Level maths or physics

As A Level results are revealed up and down the country, experts have drawn attention to the continuing lack of students, particularly females, taking maths and physics at A-level. Figures published by the Joint Council for Qualifications shows that of the 36,701 students who studied A-level physics, just 21 per...

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Chartwell: home of England’s greatest statesman

The owner of Chartwell, Sir Winston Churchill, had a ‘Tryst with Destiny’. When he became Prime Minister in 1940, during the Second World War, he said, ‘I felt as if I were walking with Destiny, and that all my past life had been but a preparation of this hour and...

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Breaking into News

Breaking into News

An opportunity for 18-25 year olds to become top broadcast journalists of the future On Monday 11th July Media Trust and ITV News launched Breaking Into News 2011; a competition to discover new talent and find top broadcast journalists of the future.Breaking into News will be fronted by BAFTA award-winning...

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Kensington and Chelsea College

Kensington and Chelsea College

Kensington and Chelsea College is committed to giving students a high quality learning experience that blends innovative teaching and state-of-the art resources with a safe, supportive and welcoming environment. The College has over 900 courses to choose from ranging from Creative Arts, Media and Child Care to Health, Hair and...

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