May 13

Year 12 Sharpen Their Revision Skills

Thanks to representatives from Sunderland University who joined Year 12 for a workshop on study skills to focus on revision techniques, where to study and the importance of sticking to a schedule. Year 12 will no doubt put this to good use as they move into their final year.

May 07

Anti-Bullying Takes to the Stage

As part of our drive to foster an anti-bullying culture, our Performing Arts students staged a drama piece during assemblies. The powerful production, written by Sixth Form students as part of their A Level studies, challenged our students to think about the impact and consequences of bullying behaviour.

You can watch highlights from the performance by clicking the link below.

May 07

Exploring the UCAS Exhibition

Year 12 students visited the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle for the UCAS Tyneside Higher Education Exhibition to explore a wide range of academic and career opportunities. The event hosted hundreds of university representatives, employers and gap year specialists.

May 07

Social Mobility in the Spotlight

Our very own Mr. Wright was welcomed into the halls of power as he attended a meeting of the Social Mobility Commission (of which he is a member) as they delivered their first report to the Government on the subject of social mobility across the country. You can find out more about the report here and also see Mr. Wright’s appearance on national news this week by clicking the link below.


Apr 29

Health & Social Superstars

We are proud to announce four students on the CACHE Technical Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care have achieved A*!  Lauren Hindmarsh and Robyn Doeg have gained early entry onto the Adult Nursing Degree at Sunderland University which starts next week! Meanwhile, Jessica Bogganis off to study Health and Social Care and Rhianna Naylor has chosen Psychology with Counselling, both at degree level. We could not be more proud of their hard work and achievements. Well done!

Apr 29

OxNet Residential

Over Easter students experienced life at a Russell Group University by attending a two-day residential at Durham University as part of the OxNet programme. The days were filled with lectures, group projects and a flavour of high-level academic study as well as social activities. Students handled medieval manuscripts, took a private tour of Durham Castle and had a closer look into the University’s super computer.

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