Former England rugby union star Matt Dawson MBE provided the icing on the cake for South Tyneside College students attending a prestigious national catering event.
The 2003 World Cup winner and current Question of Sport TV show team captain spent time quizzing them about their planned future cookery careers.
A South Shields Marine School student who put his career on hold to pay for medical care for his father has finally gained his dream qualification – proving he is an officer as well as a gentleman.
Murali Balakrishnan has passed exams at our world-leading marine school - six years after using £12,000 of savings, meant for course fees and living costs, to cover hospital expenses.
Aspiring chefs of the future are getting ready to serve up some delicious delights as part of this year’s South Tyneside Restaurant Week (Saturday 7 - Saturday 14 October).
South Tyneside College’s catering students have created a mouth-watering menu, especially for Restaurant Week, to help demonstrate their skills and experience in the kitchen.
South Tyneside College has been given £60,000 funding from Sport England to reduce the number of their students who are completing less than thirty minutes of activity each week. South Tyneside College would like to thank the National lottery for this funding which will help raise the activity levels of its students and staff.
Female drummers in Zimbabwe are to get into the groove by benefitting from a fundraising drive, organised by the Dr Winterbottom Charitable Fund, which operates through South Tyneside College.
The fund asked regulars at the Black Horse pub in West Boldon, South Tyneside, to help buy a drum kit by donating towards a £370 target.
Budding fitness instructors and sports coaches can get their careers in the best possible shape through an exciting leisure-based training course being run by South Tyneside College, in partnership with South Tyneside Council.
The Leisure and Sports Opportunities Programme Level 2 gives participants essential skills to work in the leisure sector.