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TEENAGERS Offered Fresh Start As Part Of Unique College Course Designed To Boost Their Prospects.

In In the Press, News, on the 2nd, November 2016

Young people who have struggled to find the right path since leaving school will get a second chance thanks to the pioneering initiative to get them into learning, apprenticeships or the workplace. The 10-week course, which will run for six hours on a Thursday...

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Former Student Wins European Fight Title

In In the Press, News, on the 20th, October 2016

The young fighter beat his French opponent in the first round of the contest at Willington, near Crook. Lewis, a former Uniformed Services student at Darlington College, will now go on to defend the title later this year. “I am really pleased, I enjoyed...

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Young People Help Tackle Issues Associated with Mental Health

In Adults, Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 10th, October 2016

Darlington College Art and Design year 2 students, as part of their curriculum, have been tasked with designing a bus shelter poster advert to highlight the negative impact of stigma around mental illness and/or how to achieve good mental health. Some of the best...

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Jenny Chapman Visits Uniformed Public Services Students for a Q&A Session

In Adults, Apprenticeships, News, School Leavers, on the 20th, September 2016

The first and second year students held her to account on everything from Brexit to international defence policy. Mrs Chapman said the students were clearly well informed on current affairs, which would stand them well for careers in public service. The students were keen...

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College Opens New Flat to Help Students With Additional Support Needs Live Independent Lives

In News, on the 9th, September 2016

The Flat was officially opened at Darlington College, a project to help students with additional support needs live independent lives. Six students, aged 18-21, have joined the Preparing for Adulthood course after completing last year the Next Steps study programme. Over the summer holiday...

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Science Student, Hollie Defies Odds To Train As Pet Physiotherapist.

In Adults, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 24th, August 2016

“I’ve always wanted to work with animals since I was very young,” said Hollie, a former student at Carmel College, Darlington. “We had hamsters, rabbits and a dog and I never had any problems but during my final year at college I noticed that...

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