Students impress with advert for Special Olympics

Students are enjoying the sweet taste of success.

TyneMet students with the new machinery from Nestle and Eriks.

TyneMet fine tunes engineering courses with donation

A new college training course is running like clockwork, thanks to support from businesses.

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Some of the competitors in the School Games Sportshall Athletics Finals in South Shields.

Sporty North Tyneside students strike gold

Sporty North Tyneside students were in the medals at the School Games Sportshall Athletics Finals.

Paul Brown, graphic designer at TyneMet, George Young, director SOS Group, and Stephen Butters, senior software, server and end user computing administrator, TyneMet.

Print deal is renewed

A print service provider has certainly made a good impression on TyneMet College.

Some of the Year 12 and 13 students at the St Thomas More sixth form Pink Day.

All’s rosy for sixth form fund-raiser

Sixth form students in North Shields are tickled pink with their fund-raising efforts.

Coun John Stirling presents the Eco Schools Green Flag to the Eco Team and teacher Ellie Clarke.

Eco students earn coveted award

Young eco-enthusiasts are celebrating after securing a coveted award for the third time.

Staff and pupils at Beacon Hill School take delivery of their new wheelchair accessible minibus.

Minibus gives lift to disabled pupils

Pupils are on the road to new opportunities after taking delivery of a minibus.

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Year 6 pupils test out Bedlingtonshire High School

Pupils put ‘big school’ to the test

Primary school pupils have been given an early taste of secondary school life.

TyneMet uniformed services students attended an open day at the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.

Students fired up by Fusiliers

Uniformed services students know the drill when it comes to assault courses.

Codie Nichols has become an apprentice with Newcastle United Foundation.

Codie’s into coaching

A sporty student has netted her dream apprenticeship with Newcastle United Foundation.

The English language can get us all confused.

'Off your own back' and four other common English phrases you may be using incorrectly

English is a language rich with imagery, meaning and metaphor – and when we want to express ourselves we can draw upon a canon replete with beautifully turned phrases, drawing from the language’s Latin, French and Germanic roots, through Chaucer and Shakespeare right up to myriad modern wordsmiths – not to mention those apt aphorisms that English has appropriated from other languages.

Pupils from Kings Priory School present supplies to the Rev Alan Dickinson of The Bay Foodbank.

School feeds in charity support

Charity work was on the menu for Tynemouth pupils as they showed their support for a food bank.


WATCH: Emmerdale star at official opening of North Tyneside school

An award-winning soap star joined pupils, staff and VIPs for the official opening of North Tyneside’s latest state-of-the-art school and nursery today.

During June 2016 13 students and four adults took part in a charity cycle riding from Workington to Tynemouth over three days. They raised over �2000 for four different charities (Teenage Cancer Trust, Dementia UK, Alzheimer's association and the Little Princesses Trust). All students were part of the Sixth Form at Whitley Bay High School.

Whitley Bay students show their pedal power

Sixth form students have been having too grand a time after getting on their bikes for charity.

Dion Davies with his National Citizen Service certificate and proud dad Harry.

Students prove good citizens

There was no such thing as a lazy summer for some North Tyneside students as they completed National Citizen Service (NCS).

The Year 2 Blue class at Whitley Lodge First School try out classmate Jordan Thompson's winning new ice cream flavour.

Jordan’s cream of the crop

There was a n-ice surprise for schoolchildren as their delicious dessert design was turned into a real tasty treat.

Appletree Gardens First School pupils with Dale Tansley.

Engineering an interest in sector

Business leaders have been inspiring engineers of the future in work with schools.

Former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt gave a dance class at Cullercoats Primary School.

Pussycat Doll Kimberly steps into Cullercoats

Lucky youngsters were put through their paces in a dance class with a Pussycat Doll.

The North East has a great social scene for students

Newcastle universities named best in the country... for drinking

Newcastle has the best nightlife, according to a nationwide survey of university students.
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