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Darlington College Students Highlight Lethal Consequences of One Punch in Hard Hitting Campaign

In In the Press, News, on the 3rd, March 2017

Her son Kristian died in hospital aged just 19 after suffering a severe brain injury in a single punch attack in Consett. Since then Maxine and her partner Anthony Curl have worked tirelessly to raise awareness about the tragedy of such a pointless and...

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Students given an insight into a part they could play in filling more than 135,000 vacancies nationally for apprentices

In In the Press, News, on the 27th, February 2017

Darlington College business development advisor Mark Thorpe, a former Richmond School pupil, told them of his life and career experiences and what was on offer at the college. Darlington College is able to offer full-time courses and apprenticeships in a range of careers, from...

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College tutors proving to be masters of their students’ destiny after forming one of the best qualified teams in the region

In In the Press, News, on the 21st, February 2017

All of the team boast degrees and the majority have masters degrees in their chosen fields as they help the next generation of active students achieve their goals. The department comprises of Brendan Lally, who has a degree in Sports Studies; Andy Manners, who has a...

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Darlington College Student Award Success

In In the Press, News, on the 16th, February 2017

Darlington College student Chloe Dent has secured an unconditional offer as she pursues her dream to become an officer in the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps. Currently studying Level 3 Uniformed Public Services at Darlington College, the 17-year-old was among a host of...

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Graphics Student, Maisie Donates Prize Money to Charity

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 13th, January 2017

The 16-year-old recently took the top honour in the annual mayor’s ball design competition in which a host of images were created by Darlington College Level 3 graphics, photography and fine art students. Her image of old Peelers will adorn the cops and robbers...

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GRAPHICS student with an eye on the future turned to the past for inspiration with her winning design for a charity ball

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 19th, December 2016

The 16-year-old, of Richmond, researched the foundations of the modern police force tracing them back to 1829, when the Metropolitan Police Act was passed by the then home secretary Robert Peel. The country’s first police officers were known as ‘Bobbies’ or ‘Peelers’. Masie’s designs...

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