She’s a Winner at Dinner

TALENTED YOUNG CHEF Lily O’Reilly (8) helped cook up a storm for her fellow pupils in her school kitchen on Friday (17 February). Lily was the...

Singing school pupil Kirsten entertains at Ingleby Care Home

YOUNG singer Kirsten Malley-Watts has been serenading Stockton care home residents. The 12-year-old All Saints School pupil performed songs at Ingleby Care Home as part...

Girls follow animal instincts

Three students in the same year at school are following their instincts as they embark on careers caring for animals. The girls, from Ripon Grammar...

Blyth school awarded Gold Award Primary Science Quality Mark

A Northumberland school, The Dales in Blyth, is one of just two special educational needs schools nationally to be awarded a Gold Award from...

Chemists hit upon winning formula

YOUNG chemists hit upon a winning formula in a national contest designed to promote science. Students from Barnard Castle School secured a place for the...

Country’s best school chef cooks up a Food for Life lunch

North Yorkshire county councillors joined staff and pupils for a special Food for Life lunch at West Cliff Primary School in Whitby – all...

School launches fundraising campaign for much needed therapy room

AN academy for children with specialist educational needs is swinging into action to help fund the refurbishment of a new therapy room. Staff and students...

Young skiers climb a mountain to secure medals

SCHOOLBOYS have climbed a mountain after competing against some of the best skiers in Europe. Richmond School and Sixth Form College students took the U16...

Academy Celebrates Footballing Talent at National Level

North Shore Academy in Stockton, which is part of the Northern Education Trust, is celebrating the successful progression of its under-15 team through to...

Holmwood Hits the Heights in National League Tables

A MIDDLESBROUGH school is top of the class in the latest national performance tables. Holmwood School has been ranked England’s top performing Special School –...

Pupils take to the road to raise money for Dementia

NORTH East school pupils put their best feet forward to raise money for the region’s leading dementia charity.   The nine-strong group, from Studio West School,...

Schools on song in Darlington Eurovision

Schools across Darlington have battled it out for the honours in their very own Eurovision song contest to help raise money for the Mayor’s...

Local students win award and owner walks on fire!

Students from Newcastle and their Principal Kayleigh Redford  came out on top to win the coveted Best New Franchise Award at the recent Conference...

Governors at Oak Tree Academy hold the key to improving pupil safety

The governing body of the Oak Tree Academy (Oak Tree), in Stockton, is set to introduce new measures to ensure pupil safety meets the...

Young readers vote for best book in national Blue Peter competition

FACT and fiction fans have cast their votes to help crown the winner of the annual Blue Peter Book Awards. Young literary critics from across...


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