Education Links w/c 11th June 2018 – Chronicle Live, Newcastle pupils become digital detectives in fight against ‘fake news’. – Chronicle Live, Tensions ‘threatening to boil over’ as parents and neighbours clash over school parking. – Chronicle Live, Under fire Durham University brings in officer to ‘link’ institute and community. – Darlington & Stockton Times, Richmond students prove they can figure things out. –  Hartlepool Mail, Fun on the water for Hartlepool children with lesson from 1851 trust. – Hartlepool Mail, Winner announced in Hartlepool Mail Nursery of the Year 2018. – Hartlepool Mail, How much will Hartlepool schools get from sugar tax fund? – Gazette Live, ‘Teesside can’t expect to attract new companies unless our education sector is aligned’. – Gazette Live, Device that lets children who cannot speak communicate stolen in cruel breaks-ins at school. – Gazette Live, Eston Park school to be torn down within weeks after huge fire ripped through buildings. – Sunderland Echo, Sunderland schoolchildren get close up look at new multimillion-pound city transport project. – Sunderland Echo, Former education minister visits Beacon of Light to see new scheme to help young Wearsiders. – Hexham Courant, Safe ransacked at Wark First School. – The Northern Echo, Spennymoor school pupils to perform alongside Durham University students at concert. – The Northern Echo, Fall in GCSE results amid teacher shortages and exam changes. – Shields Gazette, ‘Good’ news all round at primary school after inspector calls. – Shields Gazette, Pupils from a Hebburn primary school help spruce up area’s river banks. – Shields Gazette, Pupils to see their stories in print as part of innovative arts project.


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