University’s £250,000 funding to boost STEM learning

Teesside University has received almost a quarter of a million pounds funding to support a range of Degree Apprenticeships in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects across Tees Valley.

The entrance to Hart Primary School in Magdalene Drive

Parking plan to protect village pupils wins council support

Road safety is set to be improved after councillors supported double yellow lines outside a village primary school.

Youngsters from Eldon Grove Academy with their Brilliant Club certificates.

Numbers add up for budding Hartlepool maths scholars

A maths masterclass added up to the square root of success for a group of brilliant young scholars.

Lauren Railton, St Begas Primary Schools RE Coordinator, with school pupils.

Hartlepool primary school is praised after inspection

A school has won praise following an inspection.

Lyndsay Reavley

Hartlepool teacher wins national award for inspiring young scientists and engineers

A Hartlepool secondary school teacher has received national recognition for her work.

Darren Hankey with some of the students.

Hartlepool college opening its doors to the public

Young people and their families are being urged to find out what college has to offer.

Abi Knowles from Hartlepool Foodbank with Sacred Heart pupils Jessica Blakelock, Isobel Howell, Molly Wearing and Niall Pounder.

Hartlepool students collect for foodbank

Youngsters at a Hartlepool primary school are helping to make sure others don’t go hungry.

Marketing and CSR Manager at Omega Plastics, Megan Carr, with Head of Year 8, Alistair Morrison and Headteacher, Stephen Hammond, at English Martyrs School in Hartlepool

Hartlepool school and company work together to engineer talents for the future

A school has joined forces with a leading plastics firm to educate the experts of the future.

Kai and Jake hard at work

Tireless children head into woods for conservation work

Dozens of Hartlepool schoolchildren spruced up woodland as they learned about the importance of conservation for a school award.

The event will take place at Middleton Grange Shopping Centre on Saturday.

Careers event in Hartlepool could help youngsters take first steps on ladder

Youngsters looking to take their first steps on the career ladder are being urged to attend a fair in Hartlepool on Saturday.

Stem students from High Tunstall College of Science and head of its maths faculty Angela Tait, front.

Professor helps students figure out how maths makes the world work

A man who has helped millions of people understand the subject of maths has helped inspire the next generation of students.

Colin Reid and Jo Heaton display the Governor Mark award with governors Phillipa Dickson and Katy Hill and Ann Turner, the councils Governor Services Manager. Front row are pupils Ben Taylor, Annabelle Myers, Cian Tomlin, Freya Pounder, Lily Noble, Ryan Hedley-Price and Carys Stoker.

Top marks given to schools’ team of governors

Leaders who keep schools in line have been recognised nationally for their outstanding work.

The Mayor and Mayoress of Hartlepool, Councillor Paul Beck and Mary Beck, with pupils from Kingsley Primary School at Crucial Crew.

Bright sparks learn to stay clear of risks with Crucial Crew workshops

A campaign which helps schoolchildren to be wise and save lives has welcomed its latest intake.

TV producer John Lloyd at the annual Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) at the Europa Hotel in Belfast

Blackadder producer has cunning plan for QI-style teaching in schools

The creator of hit quiz show QI has unveiled plans to introduce its fun approach to learning into UK schools.

St Aidan's CE Memorial Primary School's council members in their new uniforms.

Hartlepool school turning over new leaf with a smart new look

Youngsters at a Hartlepool primary school are now suited and booted with a smart new uniform.

The Mayor with some of the pupils

Hartlepool schools honoured by the mayor for Fairtrade work

Hartlepool students have been honoured for their commitment to fairtrade.


Playing computer games such as Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto for 15 hours a week improves learning, finds study

Playing computer games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto on a regular basis gives a learning edge over non-gamers, a study found.

Paul Gough hands over the keys of a new mini bus on behalf of the Variety Club GB to Z�e Westley, head teacher of Springwell School, Hartlepool. Picture: TOM BANKS

New minibus for Hartlepool special school thanks to two years of fundraising

Pupils at a Hartlepool school are delighted to be taking to the streets in their brand new wheels.

Pupils from Grange Primary School take part in fitness sessions led by Hartlepool Sixth Form students and H'Angus.

Hartlepool pupils weren’t monkeying around during 10-minute health challenge

Children at a Hartlepool primary school joined the challenge to get fit.

Mayor of Hartlepool, Coun Paul Beck with Olwyn Maddison.

Hartlepool Adult Education Service first of its kind to win accolade

An adult education service has been hailed during a celebration event.

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