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North East Schools Urged to Act in Light of Agency Closure to Ensure Children...

HUNDREDS of North East schools could be without access to adequate e-safety advice and security resources when a Government-backed support network closes this year.   IT...

Thorp Academy debating team – Students dominate debate in first competition

Students from Thorp Academy (Thorp) in Ryton, have reached the regional finals of the national Institute of Ideas Debating Matters competition. This academically acclaimed...

Tackling the Skills Gap in the Tech Sector

An innovative project to help address the emerging skills gap in the North East digital and tech sector is set to be expanded following...

University press conference puts Sunderland AFC stars in the spotlight

University of Sunderland students were given the opportunity to test their fledgling journalism skills on two Premier League Sunderland AFC players of both past...

IT apprentices land full-time roles at local high school

Two young IT apprentices have landed themselves full-time roles working in a Northumberland high school following the successful completion of their studies. Ashington High School...

Perfect 10: Red House School potential Olympians chosen for national scheme

Talented athletes from a North East school have been selected to take part in a national sports scheme in partnership with Teesside University. Pupils from...

Young book judges awarded Blue Peter badge

YOUNG bookworms have received a Blue Peter badge of honour after being chosen to judge a prestigious literary competition for the iconic children’s television...

Free advice to employers amid looming changes to apprenticeship funding

A training provider which celebrates its 50th year in 2017 is offering free advice to employers worried about looming changes to the way apprenticeships...

Students put skills to test in Digital Dragon’s Den

SUNDERLAND College students have pitched ground-breaking ideas for new computer games to a marketing maestro, in a “Digital Dragon’s Den”. Stephen Hey, marketing director at...

Teesside is a top choice for international students

International students at Teesside University have one of the best student and learning experiences in the UK, according to the biggest survey of international...

Teesside High School student receives prestigious Oxford offer

A Year 13 student at Teesside High School Sixth Form has received a prestigious offer from the University of Oxford. Sarah, 17, from Redcar, has...

Cancer conscious student donates prizemoney for research

AN award-wining student has donated her prizemoney to charity to help with cancer research. The 16-year-old recently took the top honour in the annual mayor’s...

Pupils raise vital funds for local charity

Pupils at Kings Priory School have been raising money for a fantastic local cause over the last few weeks. Last term pupils from the Provost...

Olympic cyclist urges North East schools to join Big Pedal

Joanna Rowsell Shand, the two times Olympic gold medallist cyclist, is encouraging children in schools across the North East to join The Big Pedal...

Teeside student wins pitch with leading housebuilder

A STUDENT from Teesside University has won the chance to design a room within an upcoming showhome at Miller Homes North East’s newest development...

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