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Petchey Academy Shows the Way
19 Jun 2008
The 14th May saw the official opening of the incredible new Petchey Academy on Shacklewell Lane. Huge glass walls cover the exterior of the building, reflecting light and creating a striking image.
Support for Refugee Teachers' Event
01 May 2008
Diane Abbott MP has today put her support behind a campaign to increase the number of refugee teachers in London schools.
Tackling Knife Crime
18 Apr 2008
2008 has seen two tragic fatal stabbings in Hackney – Matalan store manager Jamie Simpson and 17-year old Devoe Roach. Every day there are reports in the papers about fights that get out of control and end in stabbings
Oxford Ambassador Scheme Pushes for Success
18 Mar 2008
In 1973 I arrived at Cambridge University to begin a degree in History. For me this was a great achievement – both as a black woman and as someone from a working-class background.
Black Education Debated at Major Conference
10 Dec 2007
The annual London Schools and the Black Child conference which took place in central London on Saturday was deemed a great success by parents, teachers and children who attended.
Diane and Mayor of London Launch Black Teachers' Network
28 Nov 2007
The annual London Schools and the Black Child conference on Saturday the 8th December at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre will see the launch of a network offering guidance, support and career advice to black teachers in the capital.
Stoke Newington Kids Quiz Diane
20 Oct 2007
MP is put on the spot by children from Stoke Newington School
Diane Condemns Revival of Stop and Search
15 Oct 2007
Fears that crime prevention method “will lead to racial profiling”
The Antidote to Gangs, Guns and Knives?
03 Oct 2007
London Schools and the Black Child Academic Achievement Awards 2007
Diane Visits Schoolfriend Club at Grazebrook School
25 Jun 2007
MP Diane Abbott Praises National Childcare Programme
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