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STUDENTS are taking a leaf out of NASA’s book as they use the ancient art of paper folding in their hi-tech studies.
Origami originated in Japan at least 500 years ago and involves the intricate folding of paper to create complex 3D structures. Darlington College students began by making a paper bird, the crane, as a means to show them the engineering potential of the paper...
A STYLISH student is cutting a dash in the world of personal grooming after finding his own creative niche.
Former Richmond School student, Kai, 18, is one the first students to enrol on the new level 2 Diploma for Hair Professionals- Barbering (Apprenticeship) at Darlington College, combining studying with gaining a qualification and developing industry skills by working in a traditional barber’s shop. “I...
The ex-Wensleydale Rugby Club player will join in the latest venture of his brother Matthew, a professional forward with Hong Kong Cricket Club’s rugby team and member of the national side and his business partner Ed Rolston, a retired captain of Hong Kong. Jack,...
The twelve apprentices will work with skilled staff in property services, learning from some of the very best trades staff in the industry, for the next three to four years. Working in partnership with Darlington College and Askham Bryan College, the apprentices, aged 16...
Darlington College Level 3 BTEC manufacturing engineering student Dylan Brydon, 23, is set to take up a full time position with GSK, in Barnard Castle, after securing a packing technology apprenticeship with the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare company. Curriculum manager for...
Level 3 Extended Diploma Engineering student at Darlington College, Jonathan Leonard was awarded five scholarships for his dedication to his work. Jonathan, of Carlton Husthwaite, near Thirsk, gained the top grades of D, D, D* and will go on to read a BA Hons...
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