Content

Latest News

Active Filters:

  • Libraries
  • Parking
  • Parking, roads and pavements
  • Regeneration
  • Schools and education
  • 2017
Showing 11 to 18 of 18 results
  • Thumbnail News Story

    Join the ‘Animal Agents’ this summer

    Children across the borough will have the chance to join the ‘Animal Agents’ for a summer of reading related fun.

    Last updated: 17 July, 2017

    Libraries

  • Thumbnail News Story

    Public to be consulted on Brent Cross regeneration plans

    Work on the most significant growth and regeneration development in Barnet, the Brent Cross Cricklewood area, is moving forward with the public invited in July to look at the first concept designs for the new station and the first homes to be built

    Last updated: 5 July, 2017

    Regeneration

  • Thumbnail News Story

    Primary school place offer day

    Every child in Barnet whose parent applied on time for a 2017/18 primary school place has received an offer of a place.

    Last updated: 19 April, 2017

    Schools and education

  • Thumbnail News Story

    One city, one month, one book

    April sees the return of the annual London-wide celebration of reading – Cityread.

    Last updated: 6 April, 2017

    Libraries

  • Thumbnail News Story

    Consultation begins on new Thameslink station

    Residents are being invited to give their views on proposals which will see a new Thameslink station in Brent Cross delivered nine years earlier than originally planned.

    Last updated: 28 March, 2017

    Regeneration

  • Thumbnail News Story

    Secondary school place offer day

    Every Barnet parent who applied on time for a secondary school place for their child has received an offer of a place.

    Last updated: 6 March, 2017

    Schools and education

  • Thumbnail News Story

    Youth parliament voting begins

    Voting is underway to find Barnet’s new members for the UK Youth Parliament.

    Last updated: 27 February, 2017

    Schools and education

  • Thumbnail News Story

    A year of academic success

    Barnet schools rounded off a successful year for education in the borough after statistics confirmed the percentage of Key Stage 2 pupils achieving the Government’s new expected standard was above the national average for reading, writing and maths combined and well above the national average in reading and mathematics.

    Last updated: 10 January, 2017

    Schools and education

Showing 11 to 18 of 18 results