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BUDDING builders have been getting a real taste of construction after fashioning structures from marshmallows and cocktail sticks. Darlington College played host to reception class...

New recruits to strengthen college links with business community

A Tyneside college has hired two new recruits to its business development team as it looks to widen the regional skills base with local...

College celebrates first ever student getting into Sandhurst

A STUDENT’S award had the audience standing to attention as she became the first in her college’s history to secure a place at the...

Former soldiers to offer inspiration to unemployed young people in Catterick

Two former soldiers whose military careers were both brought to an end by injury are turning their attention to helping motivate young unemployed people...

Persimmon appoints Gateshead College to support its growing Combat to Construction initiative

The UK’s leading housebuilder Persimmon Homes has appointed Gateshead College to support its programme to re-train ex-military personnel for a career in the construction...

Redcar & Cleveland College Help Female Students Make Their Mark in the Construction Industry

A TEESSIDE college is aiming to help a group of female students make their mark in an industry typically dominated by men. Three female students...

Access to Higher Education – an alternative route into university

If you would like to go to university but left school without the qualifications you need, then an Access to Higher Education course could...

TyneMet student to compete in European Championships

TyneMet’s Alex Wise is on target to achieve great things in Archery, including competing in the European Championships in Vittel, France, with the GB...

School Students Explore Their Local History

More than 200 schoolchildren from County Durham are now uncovering the hidden histories of their hometown. Pupils from five schools in Bishop Auckland are working...

Northumberland Career College’s first cohort of students make promising start

Launched in September, Northumberland Career College is a new innovative learning model for 14 to 19 year-olds that combines academic studies with practical learning...

Quit poster spreads smoking messages

STUDENTS of Cleveland College of Art & Design (CCAD) have been using their creativity to design posters that encourage fellow students not to smoke. Middlesbrough...

Dyke House students offered places at top universities

A number of students at Dyke House Sports &Technology College (Dyke House) are really excited about what lies in store when they finish school,...

Engineering apprenticeship puts Rhys on a roll at tissue manufacturer SCA

A talented young apprentice has landed his dream job at one of the world’s leading hygiene product manufacturers after the firm developed a special...

College Showcases Outstanding Technical Education to Skills Minister

A leading FE college along with North East businesses have welcomed the latest announcement from government that puts technical education at the heart of...

Yarm School students set for Oxford and Cambridge

Eleven students at Yarm School have received offers to study at Oxford and Cambridge this year. They will be studying a wide variety of subjects...


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