Our News

 

  • Ian Mikardo forges ahead

    Published on Thursday 19th January 2017
    The school has announced bold new steps to enable more young people to benefit from its successful practice...
  • Ian Mikardo retains Outstanding status

    Published on Tuesday 6th December 2016
    Ofsted has confirmed that Ian Mikardo remains an outstanding school...
  • A day of Roald Dahl magic

    Published on Wednesday 2nd November 2016
    Students and staff transformed into Oompa-Loompas for a special Roald Dahl day of fun and excitement at Ian Mikardo...
  • IMHS - the future

    Published on Wednesday 28th September 2016
    The school's Governing Body has applied to the Department for Education to convert to a Multi Academy Trust.  ...
  • Ian Devlin

    Published on Wednesday 15th June 2016
    For the schools' statement to the local community meeting, go to the Community page. For the Head Teacher's letter to parents, click here...
  • Ian Mikardo and Barclays win top award

    Published on Thursday 8th October 2015
    The school has won a prestigious Lord Mayor's Longstanding Achievement Award to honour our seven year partnership with Barclays...
  • Our summer of adventure

    Published on Thursday 16th July 2015
    Just watch Jamaal go! We’ve had a brilliant summer of residential trips - have a look at our amazing action videos in Student Space...
  • Too Tough to Teach?

    Published on Saturday 20th September 2014
    To view Too Tough to Teach? the two part TV documentary about the school, go to www.channel5.com/shows/too-tough-to-teach...
  • Britain's coolest school dining room

    Published on Tuesday 16th September 2014
    Welcome to our new dining room – based on a US 1950s diner. There’s even a juke box to add shake, rattle and roll to lunch...
  • A magical day at Hogwarts

    Published on Thursday 24th July 2014
    Meet our own Harry on the right, and here he is with fellow students at Hogwarts, thanks to the Canary Wharf Group...

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