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Children spring boarded their confidence as well as themselves during a gymnastic session in Chigwell.

Schoolchildren across the borough dress up in all shades of crimson, to raise money for charity on Red Nose Day.

Primary school pupils had a wheely good time on Friday as they raised money for Red Nose Day.

Passionate activists, high-flying youngsters and dedicated volunteers were honoured at the annual Mayor’s Community Awards last night.

Eleven drug dealers who turned Ilford station into an open market for narcotics will collectively spend more than 28 years behind bars.

A performance poet who is set to be the first British Muslim in space, has set a world record for the largest mental health lesson.

With ball pits, an agility course, sensory activities and a snooze area, it would be easy to think the day care centre in Clayhall Park was aimed at pre-schoolers.

The classroom was alive with shades of green as little ones took inspiration from the rolling hills of Eire for St Patrick’s day.

More than a thousand campaigners young and old marched to Redbridge Town Hall on Saturday to show their support for King George Hospital’s A&E.

A trainee veterinary nurse returned to her former school to deliver a special demonstration to pupils to introduce them to the world of work.

Eight-year-old Kishan’s special vegetable curry, was served to all his classmates as he triumphed in a school cooking competition.

More than 100 pupils channelled their inner Ginger Baker and took part in an enormous drumming lesson.

People young and old partied in Goodmayes on Saturday, covering themselves in every colour possible to celebrate Holi – the start of the Hindu new year.

Young readers had a blast this week after they were treated to a £300 shopping spree in an independent book store.

Party poppers, cheers of joy and some celebratory cake were all part of today’s proceedings as the hospital trust welcomed the news of coming out of special measures.

A tiger was photographed in South Woodford on Thursday along with a caterpillar and a Gruffalo.

Pupils were excited when a bunch of furry and feathery friends visited their school last week.

Pupils at one of the borough’s primary schools were thrilled to turn their classrooms into pirate havens for World Book Day on Friday.

School uniforms are out and all manner of zany outfits are in as the borough’s youngsters (and a few adults) come together to celebrate World Book Day.

A new dance class has started for children with Down’s syndrome, and after the first lesson it is already almost full.

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