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Outstanding Sunderland school announces open day

By Nicola Williamson

Sep 20 2021 10:42PM

Education Business News - A secondary school in Sunderland is opening its doors to Year 5 and 6 pupils, and their families, across Sunderland and beyond.


Outstanding Sunderland school announces open day

CoreHaus creates region's future construction workforce

By Nicola Williamson

Sep 15 2021 10:01AM

Construction Business News - North East modular housebuilder CoreHaus has teamed up with a County Durham-based college to recruit, train and develop the region s next generation of skilled construction professionals.


CoreHaus creates region's future construction workforce

South Tyneside school awarded for its internationalism

By Nicola Williamson

Sep 13 2021 02:12PM

Education Business News - A primary school in South Shields has been officially recognised for its commitment to excellence in teaching international awareness and understanding.


South Tyneside school awarded for its internationalism

Lowes appoints specialist to spearhead growth

By Nicola Williamson

Sep 07 2021 12:03PM

Finance Business News - Leading North-East independent financial advice firm, Lowes Financial Management - celebrating 50 years of servicing clients has appointed a business development specialist as the firm continues to grow.


Lowes appoints specialist to spearhead growth

Karbon Homes apprenticeship leads to permanent roles

By Nicola Williamson

Aug 17 2021 09:04AM

Recruitment Business News - One of the North East s largest housing associations, Karbon Homes, has expanded its skilled workforce through a bespoke apprenticeship programme, designed in partnership with Gateshead College.


Karbon Homes apprenticeship leads to permanent roles

Community honour for Helping Hands

By Nicola Williamson

Aug 04 2021 10:51PM

Health Business News - Staff at Helping Hands Community Care have been honoured with a Community Champion award from their local MP. Hexham branch manager Pam Smith and the team recently received the award from MP Guy Opperman for services to the community.


Community honour for Helping Hands

Education Business News - People from across the North East are to benefit from a new set of digital training courses to develop specialist skills and improve their opportunities of securing a job with local businesses.


£1 million digital bootcamps launched to improve skills and boost job creation

Production underway at new modular housebuilding factory

By Nicola Williamson

Jul 29 2021 05:02PM

Construction Business News - Production of the first steel-framed modular homes is now underway at a County Durham factory. The milestone along with the announcement of significant initial contracts has been marked by CoreHaus with an official opening of its 20,000 sq ft unit on Jade Business Park, Murton, near Seaham July 30 .


Production underway at new modular housebuilding factory

Education Business News - Families in South Tyneside and Sunderland can benefit from free cycling lessons this summer thanks to a primary school in Jarrow.


Free bike riding lessons for families in South Tyneside and Sunderland

Education Business News - Adults across the North East are being given the opportunity to study and develop their skills for free thanks to a range of virtual courses offered by Gateshead College.


Job opportunities knock with upskilling programme for North East adults

Education Business News - A student from an outstanding sixth form in Sunderland has won a highly coveted education award for her exceptional academic achievements and dedication to charitable work.


Schools Minister presents Sunderland student with 2021 Lord Glenamara Prize

County Durham student wins prestigious national essay prize

By Nicola Williamson

Jul 15 2021 02:27PM

Education Business News - A sixth from student from Peterlee has won a highly acclaimed OxNet essay prize in Philosophy and World Religions Studies. OxNet is an education access programme designed to help more students from state schools gain access to Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group universities.


County Durham student wins prestigious national essay prize

Education Business News - An outstanding primary school in Hebburn has won a highly acclaimed national accolade beating thousands of other schools from across the UK. St Aloysius Catholic Infant and Junior School has been crowned Primary School of the Year at the 2021 Times Educational Supplement TES Awards.


South Tyneside School Named National Primary School of the Year

Education Business News - A powerful industry-led consortium in Manchester is looking to build on the success of an award-winning higher apprenticeship scheme developed in Newcastle to create skilled jobs in the construction sector.


PlanBEE Manchester builds on success of North East construction skills programme

CoLab to launch creative careers

By Nicola Williamson

Jun 03 2021 11:20PM

Education Business News - Young people looking to work in the creative sector are now able to gain skills and learn their trade in a way that completely reflects how the industry operates thanks to a new approach by Gateshead College.


 CoLab to launch creative careers

Top 10 place for South Tyneside school in cycling challenge

By Nicola Williamson

May 24 2021 10:53PM

Education Business News - A primary school in Jarrow has beaten hundreds of other schools across the UK to secure sixth place in a national cycling challenge.


  Top 10 place for South Tyneside school in cycling challenge

South Tyneside school shortlisted for primary school of the year

By Nicola Williamson

May 20 2021 11:37AM

Education Business News - A primary school in Hebburn has been shortlisted for a prestigious national education award. St Aloysius Catholic Infant and Junior School, which is part of Bishop Chadwick Catholic Education Trust, has been nominated for primary school of the year at the 2021 Times Educational Supplement TES Awards.


South Tyneside school shortlisted for primary school of the year

Sunderland students shine brightly in local arts exhibition

By Nicola Williamson

May 18 2021 09:40AM

Education Business News - The creative artwork and photography of talented students from two outstanding secondary schools in Sunderland has been chosen to feature in a major local arts exhibition that will be advertised across the region. Supported by the art and photography teaching team at St.


Sunderland students shine brightly in local arts exhibition

Go North East calls for next generation of apprentices

By Nicola Williamson

May 17 2021 11:42AM

Education Business News - One of the region s leading bus companies is on the hunt for apprentice engineers to bolster its growing and highly skilled team of home-grown talent. Go North East is working with Gateshead College to recruit eight new apprentice bus and coach mechanical technicians keen to progress a career in transport engineering.


Go North East calls for next generation of apprentices

Chester-le-Street cafe takes off during lockdown

By Nicola Williamson

Apr 18 2021 05:17PM

Education Business News - A caf that prides itself on serving fresh, homecooked meals is going from strength to strength despite opening just four weeks before the first lockdown last March.


Chester-le-Street cafe takes off during lockdown