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A mother and her baby had a lucky escape when they narrowly avoided being crushed when half a tonne of rubble fell from the top of a London tower block.
Hackney Council has now called for a safety review after brickwork and cladding fell more than 100ft into Gayhurst Road, just yards away from a school playground.
As parents who want a private education for their children struggle to cope with soaring fees, Max Davidson continues our series on classic local 'derbies' where state schools are giving the independents a run for their money.
This week: north London One of the first girls' day schools in London, and now run by the Girls' Day School Trust, South Hampstead High School has had its ups and downs, but continues to offer daughters of the Hampstead intelligentsia a polished education at reasonable cost.
Not so good for: Rebels, party animals, intellectual slowcoaches.
STATE CAMDEN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (020 7485 3414; org.uk)Founded in the 19th century by Frances Mary Buss, the grande dame of girls' education, Camden School is now a voluntary-aided comprehensive and, in that category, about as good as it gets.
Science and technology also flourish, with the first-class IT facilities you would expect.A section of Gayhurst Community School’s playground and the nearby communal gardens of the Morland Estate were also cordoned off as a precaution.even the car got away with scratches only as Morland Estate brickwork #hackney falls away across from #Gayhurst School @hackneygazette @hackneycitizen @hackneycouncil pic.twitter.com/cjakhaepp1 — Lundun Feeldz (@Lundun Feeldz) November 23, 2017Hackney Council said there had been no structural damage to the tower block and assured residents that all 181 medium-to-high rise tower blocks in the borough had recently undergone safety inspections in the wake of the Grenfell disaster earlier this year.One witness wrote on Twitter: “Lucky no injuries as Morland brickwork collapses into street. Parent with baby walking past at time.” An urgent inquiry has now been launched by Hackney Council.“The council’s building control surveyor has undertaken a structural assessment which has confirmed that there is no structural damage.