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Darlington Council’s Public Health department commission artwork after drawing up a healthy weight action plan for the borough.

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, University Level, on the 5th, February 2018

More than 40 Darlington College students, on a variety of courses, including graphic design, fine art, art and design and photography, have designed posters for display and social media to promote healthy weight. Darlington Council’s Public Health department commissioned the work after drawing up...

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STUDENTS have been exploring their inner selves as a college community spent the week considering health and wellbeing.

In Adults, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 30th, January 2018

For Mr Houchen it was the first time he had visited the college. He said: “It is a fantastic college and such an iconic building. Equally impressive are the dedicated teachers and staff who work tirelessly to make a difference to the lives of...

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STUDENTS are being inspired by the glories of the past in a project designed to boost their future.

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 8th, January 2018

Their artwork will form an exhibition in the collection gallery at the historic cathedral near the shrine of one of the country’s founding fathers, St Cuthbert. Darlington College was approached to produce the installation for the community gallery by former student and current Durham...

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Health and Wellbeing Week

In Employers, In the Press, News, on the 15th, December 2017

Darlington College will be hosting a Health and Wellbeing week in 2018 between January 22-26, promoting physical fitness and positive mental health techniques. Local businesses are invited to get involved with the event if their products relate to healthy eating, exercise or calming activities...

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Darlington College Ranked Best in Tees Valley By Education Sector Publishers, FE Week

In News, on the 30th, November 2017

Darlington College has been ranked the best in the Tees Valley and placed in the top 30 nationally by education sector publishers FE Week. The league table was devised by Nick Linford, FE Week’s editor and a former college director of performance. Based on...

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Happy children can leave their festive wishes for Santa thanks to the ingenuity of young engineers

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

Children will be able to attach their hopes and dreams to the tree over the festive period with their messages sent down a direct channel to Santa and his elves. For mum of two and mature student Lucy Archer the project was an opportunity...

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