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POWER Chair Footballers Prepare For Big Match As They Tackle a National Premiership Side On Their Home Turf

In News, on the 4th, December 2015

Darlington College business and IT student James Radcliffe, 19, has played since 2012 and was a member of Middlesbrough’s side until founding a team in Darlington that trains at the college, helped coached by his father George and Dan O’Brien. A nine-strong squad fields...

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Applied Science Student Rachel Secures Place Studying Criminology at Leeds Beckett University

In Adults, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 3rd, December 2015

A former Darlington College student hopes to use her scientific knowledge to become a crime-fighting detective. Rachel Hall, from Aiskew,  has secured a degree in Criminology from Leeds Beckett University, and is pursuing her dream of joining the police service. Rachel, aged 19, said...

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Secondary school careers advisors benefit from FE update event

In In the Press, News, on the 1st, December 2015

Darlington College staff welcomed guidance advisors from secondary schools in the town, Teesside and North Yorkshire to an update event on the FE curriculum and new facilities. Careers experts were given a tour of the facilities and an overview of significant developments at the college,...

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College welcomes latest recruit, a former steel specialist to its engineering department

In In the Press, News, on the 1st, December 2015

Dr Alan Taylor has joined the engineering department at Darlington College fresh from Teesside steel manufacturer SSI. For the Middlesbrough research and development expert the appointment marks a welcome return to teaching, for the second time at Darlington College. Dr Taylor, who now lives...

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NCTJ students meet top sport journalists at sports masterclass

In In the Press, News, on the 30th, November 2015

David Burton, Nick Gullon and Jonathan Barber are NCTJ journalism diploma trainees who are interested in pursuing a career in sports writing. David and Jonathan attended a masterclass which was hosted by sports journalists Adam Crafton who is from the Mail Online, Emma John...

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Students take the lead on community initiative to bring Christmas cheer to the homeless

In In the Press, News, on the 26th, November 2015

The College is leading the way to help clients at First Stop enjoy a Christmas to remember.  Led by Catering Tutor Dawn Cobb-Neate, students will be taking part in a project which will see First Stop clients enjoy a Christmas lunch at the College,...

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