7:20pm Wednesday 1st July 2015
A NORTH-East schools network has appointed a new director.
5:04am Wednesday 1st July 2015
STUDENTS in the North-East are more reliant on payday loans than anywhere else in the country, a new survey has found.
5:19pm Tuesday 30th June 2015
SCHOOLS and academies branded 'coasting' by the government are being warned to up their game as the Education Secretary promises to tackle 'complacency'.
9:42am Tuesday 30th June 2015
A RECORD number of sixth form students from Cardinal Hume Catholic School have received holding offers from Russell Group universities.
9:07am Tuesday 30th June 2015
A HARTLEPOOL care home has opened its doors to pupils with social, emotional and mental health difficulties as part of a garden rejuvenation project.
1:33pm Wednesday 24th June 2015
THERE could be more victims of a "dirty pervert" headteacher who has been jailed for eight years for having underage sex with two boys in the 1980s, police have said.
1:27pm Wednesday 24th June 2015
VICTIMS of perverted headteacher Anne Lakey have spoken of the lasting damage they have suffered after being abused by a woman twice their age.
12:08pm Wednesday 24th June 2015
A SCHOOL governor has been appointed to a role as a national leader in education.
5:28pm Monday 22nd June 2015
AN all-round athlete proved he still has the stomach for sport after he took the tape in his comeback race following an appendicitis.
1:17am Monday 22nd June 2015
MORE than 300 children from Tees Valley have been learning about the dangers found on construction sites.
6:41pm Tuesday 16th June 2015
TO celebrate the European Day of Languages at the start of this academic year, Newcastle University and the Association for Language Learning (ALL) North East launched a photo writing competition.
10:35am Tuesday 16th June 2015
INSTEAD of hosting a traditional open day of tours and talks, Emmanuel College is encouraging students from other schools to join their lessons for the day.
9:37am Wednesday 17th June 2015
NEWCASTLE Falcons rugby player Rob Vickers and coaches from the award winning Falcons Community Foundation visited Mortimer Primary School in South Shields as the Falcons Foundation announced the continuation of their partnership with Port of Tyne.
6:36pm Wednesday 10th June 2015
BARNARD Castle School’s U15 cricket team are about to face the alma mater of former England skipper Michael Atherton after they qualified as Durham's representative for the ECB/ESCA Under 15 Trophy Competition, formerly known as the Lords Taverners' Competition.
6:28pm Wednesday 10th June 2015
ASKING Year 5 pupils mind-expanding questions, such as: 'How do we know the earth is a sphere, or the person next to us is alive?' can boost their knowledge and understanding of science.
6:03pm Wednesday 10th June 2015
BARNARD Castle School’s U15 cricket team are about to face the alma mater of former England cricket captain, Michael Atherton after they qualified as Durham's representative for the ECB/ESCA Under 15 Trophy Competition, formerly known as the Lords Taverners' Competition.
12:45pm Wednesday 10th June 2015
GOVERNORS have agreed to give a school a new name to match its new building.
7:21am Tuesday 9th June 2015
INTERNATIONAL dance teacher Professor Ana Baer has been working with students at Teesside University.
6:28am Tuesday 9th June 2015
A NORTH-EAST free school has benefitted from a taxpayer-funded scheme aimed at delivering faster broadband to small firms and charities.
7:02am Tuesday 9th June 2015
LESS than a fortnight after it hosted Newcastle United’s vital victory over West Ham United St James’ Park was the venue for another nerve jangling day.