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STUDENTS Bridge the Gap Between Education and the Community with a Renovation Project.

In Adults, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 28th, April 2015

Armed with brushes and sandpaper, they rubbed down the old flaking paint and rusty metalwork before applying new protective coatings to the South Park bridge. The initiative was part of a national sustainable community project – the Rethink Parks Programme – which is funded...

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STUDENTS Cement Their College Studies With A Role Reversal In Coursework Skills.

In Adults, Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 16th, April 2015

The all-female student group, who are currently studying towards careers in nursing, social work and as paramedics, were each tasked with building a three course high brick wall under the instruction of fellow first year joinery and bricklaying students. Darlington College programme leader for...

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Beauty Therapy Students Help Members of the Community Who Have Suffered a Stroke

In Adults, Employers, In the Press, News, on the 14th, April 2015

They chatted with members and performed hand and head massages, as well as completing nail file and polishes, in an initiative designed to boost their confidence and help the community. Darlington College tutor Janet Elsdon said: “It is really good for the students to...

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Health and Social Care Student, Hans Excels In His Studies To Secure A Coveted Place To Read Medicine At Imperial College, London.

In In the Press, News, on the 9th, April 2015

Darlington College student Hans Kukreja excelled in his studies and on his placement and has now secured a coveted place to read medicine at Imperial College, London. The 19-year-old, of Darlington, applied for medicine last year but was unsuccessful despite gaining grade As in...

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MEDIA Students Given New Focus After Their Creative Talents Are Recognised By The Police.

In In the Press, News, on the 8th, April 2015

The short film extolls the virtues of a police campaign called Adopt Your Street, designed to promote people’s civic pride in their communities. At a special award presentation Aiden Goldberg, 17, Amy Pettler, 19 and James Pratt, 18, were praised by Chief Inspector Chris...

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Teenage Ambassador Gives Young People a Voice on an International Stage After Speaking at Youth Congress

In In the Press, News, on the 7th, April 2015

The 17-year old was chosen to represent the town in her role as chairperson of The Darlo Care Crew, Darlington’s Children in Care Council, which gives young people a chance to air their views with the people who make decisions about the services and...

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