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Darlington College students display their inspired works of art at a public exhibition in the town’s Kings Head Mercure Hotel

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 19th, June 2018

Darlington College students displayed their inspired works of art at a public exhibition in the town’s Kings Head Mercure Hotel. Featuring more than 40 pieces of original work in fine art, photography and graphic design, the exhibition also included work by adult learners attending...

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A young photographer has made art out of her arachnophobia in an end of year showcase to remember.

In News, on the 11th, June 2018

“I absolutely hate spiders but used a skin that one had shed, which I just about coped with,” said the 18-year-old, of Crook. “I think it will be equally scary showing all my work at the end of year showcase but also thrilling too.”...

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Students Create Own Interactive Aircraft Simulator

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 25th, May 2018

Senior lecturer in electrical electronics and mechatronic engineering Steven Corner said: “Model building, hand skills and following instructions are all a basic part of the Level 1 engineering course and we have brought all of these elements together in creating our aircraft simulator. “With...

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Darlington College Awarded Leading Light Status by Google For Education Partner

In News, on the 23rd, May 2018

Darlington College has been awarded leading light status by Google for Education partner Vitalize Consultancy for the successful implementation of Google Classroom tools and technology throughout the college. The free Google software platform gives course tutors and students a seamlessly integrated system designed to...

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Apprentice to be mentored by top investigative journalist

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 17th, May 2018

Her mentor will be BBC Investigative reporter Mark Daly. His work has featured on BBC Panorama. The John Schofield Trust was set up by the friends and family of the journalist John Schofield, who was killed whilst working in Croatia on the BBC’s World...

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A home ground coffee company is on the right tracks after serving up a treat for students.

In In the Press, News, on the 14th, May 2018

The independent artisan company, owned by restaurateur and coffee lover Andrew Henley, will supply its specialty Café Roma blend to ‘The Coffee Shop’ in the college’s central park café, which serves over 400 cups of coffee each day. Head of estates and site services...

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