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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...
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...
Art Display Graces Walls of Darlington Memorial Hospital Thanks to Caring Collaboration Between Darlington College and NHS
Btec Level 3 fine art students were set the challenge of producing work that captured the essence and emotions of nurturing, calm, peace and harmony for their first year painting assignment. Working in a variety of media on A1-sized canvases, students produced an array...
STUDENTS Enter World of Robotics Thanks To The Support Of One Of The World’s Leading Experts in Automation.
Robotics specialists Mitsubishi Electric has lent the college a pick and place precision instrument, complete with £1,000 worth of software, giving Level 1-HND students a head start in a growing industry. Level 2 apprentice with Allerton Steel James Bew created a safety cage for...
The 16-year-old recently took the top honour in the annual mayor’s ball design competition in which a host of images were created by Darlington College Level 3 graphics, photography and fine art students. Her image of old Peelers will adorn the cops and robbers...
GRAPHICS student with an eye on the future turned to the past for inspiration with her winning design for a charity ball
The 16-year-old, of Richmond, researched the foundations of the modern police force tracing them back to 1829, when the Metropolitan Police Act was passed by the then home secretary Robert Peel. The country’s first police officers were known as ‘Bobbies’ or ‘Peelers’. Masie’s designs...
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