The head of Career College North East (CCNE), a pioneering joint academic and vocational learning programme for 14 to 19-years-olds, operated though South Tyneside College, is urging the government to rethink its policy around work experience for teenagers.
Employees at a world-leading battery component manufacturer have recharged their skills by completing a new and bespoke adult apprenticeship programme designed and delivered by South Tyneside College.
A hairdressing partnership at South Tyneside College is going from strength to strength – and two masterclasses have helped establish ever firmer roots.
The Lee Stafford Education Academy at STC, now in its second academic year, boasts 80 full-time students.
World record breaking freestyle footballer John Farnworth has visited South Tyneside College to showcase his skills – and launch a new joint sport and academic scholarship.
He impressed students with his prowess at keeping a football in the air through flicks and tricks during a stunning 15-minute display.
John, 32, then kicked off the new course based around participation in futsal, a sport similar to five-a-side football but demanding greater skills.
A scouting mission is underway to find aspiring young footballers and coaches for a two-year scholarship programme which could set them on their way to life in the professional game.
Sunderland AFC’s official charity Foundation of Light is offering the places with the scheme due to start in September.