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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...
GRAPHICS student with an eye on the future turned to the past for inspiration with her winning design for a charity ball
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...
Darlington Borough Council’s Public Health department will launch the initiative on December 19 with funding from NHS Darlington’s Future in Mind fund. Second year Level 3 students studying art and design on the graphics, fine art and photography and first year graphics streams produced...
“I was shaking so much I almost dropped the award,” said the 17-year-old, of Downholme, Swaledale. “More than 65 per cent of the people voted for me to win the overall award, which is lovely. All my family are really proud of me and...
The report, which has just been published, praises the significant improvement across every area including teaching quality, leadership, outcomes for learners. and personal development. It also rated the adult learning programmes as outstanding. The report emphasised students get highly effective and comprehensive support during...
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