Croydon Council has been named public sector employer of the year at a national awards ceremony for promoting equality and inclusion.
A team of young Croydon sportspeople achieved five medal wins and sixth place overall against 33 other borough teams, in this year’s London Youth Games Jubilee Trophy competition.
Croydon’s pupils are doing well at Key Stage 2 and performing well above the national average, provisional SATs results released this week reveal.
The roll-out of Croydon’s outdoor active spaces gathers pace as another gym opens for residents on Sunday 15 July in Grangewood Park, South Norwood SE25 6TW.
Pedestrian schemes designed to make roads directly around schools safer for pupils are set to be made permanent.
Woodcote Primary School in Coulsdon and Heavers Farm Primary School and St Chad’s Catholic Primary School, both in Selhurst, began trialling new pedestrian […]
The Deputy Mayor of London for housing and residential development has praised a council-backed drive to built around 2,000 new homes, including 1,000 affordable properties, after a visit to the borough.
Young people in Croydon can apply to make their ideas and projects become reality by pitching to the new Young Mayor’s Fund panel, Dragon’s Den-style. Selected applicants will have the opportunity to present proposals that could benefit other young people in Croydon to the ‘dragons’ - Croydon Young Mayor William Awomoyi, his deputy Shea Williams and youth cabinet members.
A fraudster who used someone else’s blue badge to park his car in privileged positions has been ordered to pay thousands of pounds.
Croydon’s children are being encouraged to make mischief and join this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, which begins on Saturday (14 July).
Employers can learn about how to recruit and retain employees with disabilities thanks to a free training day run by Croydon Council on 25 and 26 July.