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Top Education Minister Visits Stoke Newington School
10 Oct 2005
On Thursday 6th October Hackney MP Diane Abbott and Education Minister Lord Andrew Adonis made a joint visit to Stoke Newington School Media and Arts College.
Diane Tours Hackney Schools
21 Sep 2005
On Tuesday, Diane Abbott MP went to Shacklewell Primary School in Dalston. Year 6 pupils at Shacklewell have received a £5000 charitable donation. The visit was part of an extensive local school visits programme spanning all of September.
St Mathias School
13 Sep 2005
On Thursday Hackney MP Diane Abbott visited St Matthias School in Stoke Newington to participate in a special Open Day.
Hackney Year 6s Celebrate Diversity
26 Jul 2005
Last week Diane attended the year 6 Graduation Ceremony at Grazebrook Primary School.
Hackney Girls to Tackle Engineering
26 Jul 2005
Last week Diane participated in The Skinners’ Company’s School for Girls’ Enterprise Day for year 9 students.
Black Boys Suffer Exclusion
28 Jun 2005
Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington and founder of the annual London Schools and the Black Child initiative, warned at a meeting today about the worryingly high levels of exclusion for black and mixed race boys.
Clapton Girls' School Wins National Award
22 Jun 2005
Clapton Girl’s Technical School in Hackney has won a national award for its work in religion and science.
Call for Tougher Action on Gun Crime
12 May 2005
Reports out yesterday documented a record high number of gun killings in London with a fourfold increase in shootings last month.
Parliamentary Debate on Gun Crime
18 Oct 2004
Diane contributes to a debate in the House of Commons on gun crime
New Grants Scheme for School Age Children
21 Apr 2004
Diane says new grants scheme will improve numbers of Hackney school children who stay on in education
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