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Talented Teen Nets Opportunity To Represent Country in Futsal

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 12th, May 2015

The former Longfield Academy pupil’s talent caught the eye of FA coaches after competing in a National Schools Futsal Tournament in 2014 earning him a place at the England development squad training camp. “I’d never even heard of Futsal until we started playing it...

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Public Services Students Raise £1500 To Send Local Family on First Holiday Together

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 7th, May 2015

A GROUP of students have tackled a 45 mile trek along Hadrian’s Wall to send a family on their dream holiday. Public service students from Darlington College have completed a sponsored walk along part of Hadrian’s Wall which has raised almost £1,500 for a...

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‘Star Gig’ Is A Real Hit

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 6th, May 2015

Fresh from a tour of South America, singer/songwriter Antonio Lulic performed an intimate set to a select audience to launch the new Academy, which opens its doors in September 2015. The gig, at the college’s Media Design Centre, was the first of many treats...

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Photography Student, Jack Snaps Up Opportunity To Exhibit Work At Darlington Market Festival

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 5th, May 2015

Former Longfield Academy pupil, Jack, who is in his second year of a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Photography, will showcase six of his prints and a book published as part of his final exam work. “Darlington is my home so it was...

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Inspiration Thanks to a Cooking Demonstration

In News, on the 1st, May 2015

Last year Sue Brown was among crowds of visitors at the Leyburn event – but she was so inspired by the patisserie demonstration of Darlington College tutor Donna Joyce that she signed up for a catering course. Twelve months on she is honing her...

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Head-to-Head Cook Off

In News, on the 30th, April 2015

Reece Smith and James Marshall, two students worthy of the opportunity, each sacrificed their own free time during the college’s Easter break in preparation for the blind taste test. Both students gained real life experience in kitchens in Darlington, with James working at The...

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