Teacher backing campaign promoting the profession

A teacher is backing a January campaign to encourage more people into the profession.

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Princess Anne officially opens new college redevelopment

A revamped college has been given the Royal seal of approval with a visit by Princess Anne.

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Hartlepool Civic Centre.

Hartlepool youngsters organise event to promote tolerance

A group of Hartlepool youngsters will stage a thought-provoking community event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day next week.

General view of the Northern Lights Academy on King Oswy Drive in Hartlepool  Picture: DAVID WOOD

Mothballed Hartlepool Northern Lights Academy building looks set to return

A mothballed Hartlepool building could be back in use this year - offering a “vibrant hub” for students.

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Can you beat this spelling test?

Quiz: Can you spell better than a 9-year-old?

You might be able to spell Mississippi, but can you keep up with the brightest young spelling talent in the UK?
Taking care over your UCAS form could lead to the university course of your dreams.

Five top tips to make your UCAS application outstanding

With the final UCAS deadline looming in mid-January, students are worrying about the application which will bag them a place on the university course of their dreams.

Medal-winning stars ensure Hartlepool youngsters have splashing time at swim session

Medal-winning stars ensure Hartlepool youngsters have splashing time at swim session

Two paralympic medal-winning stars surprised a group of Hartlepool youngsters when they joined them at their weekly swimming session.

The Academy at Shotton Hall is hosting a teacher training day.

Academy to hold teacher training day

An opportunity to find out about a career in teaching is on offer this month.

New plans for studio in former Council depot.

Why Hartlepool is the perfect location for a film and TV studio

Hartlepool could be a perfect location for a film studio, according to a boss at a college involved in the project.

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Cast members of Manor Community Academy production of The Wizard Of Oz.

Wizard show launches Hartlepool school’s new building

Pupils at a Hartlepool school have been Over the Rainbow to produce its first show in their new home.


Call for online safety classes as children left unprotected against online bullying and grooming

Children are being left to "fend for themselves" against dangers such as bullying and grooming in the digital world, the Children's Commissioner for England has claimed.

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New plans for studio in former Council depot.

Plan to make Hartlepool the Hollywood of the North with biggest UK film studio outside London

An ambitious plan to turn Hartlepool into a film and television production hub has been announced.

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Part of the GameCon team with their award. From left, Mark Lee, Thomas Atkinson, Rory Williamson, Thomas Black and Erin Blackett, at Hartlepool College of Further Education.

Meet the Hartlepool students who are the best in the game

Innovative youngsters from Hartlepool were given the highest accolade in the region at an awards night thanks to their efforts at gaming.

Members of Dyke House Elite Development Squad outside the Emirates Arena in Glasgow

Hartlepool school aims to inspire elite sport students to success

Promising sport students from a Hartlepool school travelled north of the border to sample some of Scotland’s best training facilities.

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Clavering Primary School has received the School Games Mark Gold standard for the third successive year. Pupils Millie, Alfie, Abigayle, Jake, Naise, Hannah and Kobe

Hartlepool school celebrates hat-trick of top awards for dedication to sport

A Hartlepool primary school has struck gold for its commitment to getting children to take up sport and be active.

High Tunstall College of Science's Jonathan Turner and Rebecca Harding with more than 750 items collected for Hartlepool Foodbank.

Hartlepool college staff and students make foodbank donation

Staff and students at a Hartlepool college have been collecting non-perishable items for a charitable organisation to help support families in need within the local communities.

Joy Hodgkinson (left)  from Cotsford Junior School meets the Duchess of Cambridge.

School staff get the Royal seal of approval at national awards ceremony

Staff from an East Durham school had the chance to rub shoulders with royalty.

Getting muddy was all part of the fun

Outdoor adventures lead to awards for Hartlepool pupils

School children who had a wild time in the great outdoors have been rewarded for their efforts.

Eldon Grove Academy deputy head boy and girl Alfie Brush, 10, and Cassie Grey, 10, with North East outreach officer for parliamentary education Gillian Bell.

Primary school pupils take a closer look at politics

Politically-minded pupils were given a privileged insight into the parliamentary process.

Manning the Harry Potter stall are students, from left, Alfie Bage, William Brooks and Luke Bell with teaching assistants Grace Guerin and Ian Taylor.

Festive fair raised money for Hartlepool school

There was festive stalls galore at Catcote Academy’s Christmas Fayre.

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