A-LEVELS: Kings Priory School, Tynemouth

There were plenty of smiles at Kings Priory School, Tynemouth, yesterday morning as pupils finally discovered their A-Level results.

Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College at North Shields.

A-LEVELS: Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College, North Shields

Students at Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College in North Shields, were today celebrating A-Level exam success well above the national average.

Whitley Bay High School students Katy Matthews, Steph Renton, Emily Davis and Jenny Parvin jump for joy at their A-Level results.

A-LEVELS: Whitley Bay High School

Whitley Bay High School saw its best ever A-Level results today, with 100 per cent of students passing.

Churchill Community College, Wallsend

A-LEVELS: Churchill Community College, Wallsend

A headteacher today praised the ‘phenomenal’ results achieved by his students.

Thousands of students are receiving their A-Level results today.

Best ever A-Level results for North Tyneside

Students in North Tyneside are the toast of the borough, after achieving its best ever A-Level results.

Pupils from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 at Richardson Dees Primary School in The Invention Shed.

Wallsend school receives Silver Artsmark Award

A North Tyneside school is celebrating after receiving a prestigious Silver Artsmark Award.

Backworth Park Primary School pupils with Mayor Norma Redfearn, Coun Tommy Mulvenna, Headteacher Carol Crerar and project representatives.

Building begins for new Shiremoor primary school site

Work has officially started this week to build a new state-of-the-art primary school in Shiremoor.

Children from Stephenson Memorial School in Wallsend take part in the STEM Fayre at NWG Innovation Festival in Newcastle.

Wallsend pupils take STEM skills to Newcastle innovation festival

Wallsend school children have been soaking up the festival atmosphere in a unique learning environment.

Subsea Channel was developed by Subsea UK in partnership with teachers from North Tyneside Learning Trust.

North Tyneside science teachers launch new Subsea resource

A new teaching initiative that aims to encourage pupils to take an interest in science and the natural world has been unveiled.

TyneMet students were among 36 from north east universities and colleges getting a rare opportunity to test their building skills on site.

Students lay the foundations for a great career in construction

Seven North Tyneside students are building up to a career in construction with hands-on work experience.

Students and staff at St Thomas More RC Academy were very pleased with the end result of the renovations from Brim Constructions.

Renovation saves sports provisions at North Shields school

A school in North Shields can now deliver new sporting opportunities to students and the community, thanks to a £1.5million project.

Stephenson Memorial Primary School will visit China, with support from Lookers dealerships. Pictured are Rikki Ledger, General Manager at Lookers Renault Benfield Road, Stephenson Memorial Primary teacher and pupils Grace Cornfoot, Elis Clark, Jack Lakey, Lucy Newton, Lola Richardson, Jasmin Marsden, Summer Bell, Paul Williamson, Jamie Saunders, Eve Atkinson, Demi-Leigh Girdlestone, Jason McRoy

Car dealerships put pupils on the road to Far Eastern adventures

Jet-setting pupils are set for an Oriental adventure, thanks to north east car dealerships.

Percy Hedley School pupils with Rosie Brister and the donated equipment for Kyaninga Child Development Centre.

School reaches out its support to disabled children in Africa

A special school in North Tyneside has stepped forward to help disabled children in Africa.

Youngsters taking part in the safety session at Marine Park First School.

Police help Whitley Bay youngsters stay safe

Schoolchildren in Whitley Bay enjoyed a hands-on class safety session with Northumbria Police recently.

TyneMet students Aaron Armstrong and Liam Surtees, with David Simm of ScanTime Engineering.

College teams up with business to boost engineering training

Two aspiring engineers have switched on to training after sailing through a tough industry course.

Pupils from Holystone Primary School visit North East BT Local Business.

North Tyneside pupils learn the language of computers

Tech savvy youngsters took learning out of the classroom to crack computer coding.

Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening. Picture by Richard Ponter

Date announced for the launch of tax-free childcare

Millions of parents can pre-register from today for the Government’s new childcare offers, with around 90,000 families in the North East set to be eligible for tax-free childcare.


Whitley Bay netballers on target for national final

Sporty schoolgirls have netted a place in a national final.

Two pupils from Kings Priory School present Lisa Jones, from the NSPCC, with a cheque from their fund-raising efforts.

Kings Priory’s fantastic fund-raising efforts

Fantastic fund-raising pupils have been putting their best feet forward in aid of a national children’s charity.

Chancellor Philip Hammond

Budget 2017: Calls to tackle schools funding and unleash North East potential

The North East’s business group is calling on the Chancellor to ‘unleash the region’s potential’, while a schools group is urging him to ‘tackle the funding crisis’.

Load more