It’s been a challenging year for all our pupils, but particularly those who were unable to take their exams as planned and for them, A-level results day has been even more tense than usual.
Early indications show Croydon’s A-level students have done well in external assessments announced yesterday (Thursday) as replacements for cancelled summer examinations.
Croydon businesses hit by Covid-19 have just over a fortnight left to get a council grant of up to £10,000 each – and even more firms now qualify for a share of the £1.4m remaining.
Croydon’s 93,000 young people are always a top priority for us and for them - as for all of us - 2020 is a summer like no other, with many of them having been out of school since March.
Croydon has joined forces with national charity Stop Hate UK to introduce a new 24-hour helpline dedicated to supporting residents affected by hate crime.