Quick links to regional news


Successful specialist school in Darlington hopes to expand (The Northern Echo)

Baking a difference at nursery (Darlington and Stockton Times)

New £3m music school at Yarm School (Darlington and Stockton Times)

Peace of mind at Ingleton Primary School (Teesdale Mercury)


Teesdale students ‘will be stranded’ by cuts to school transport (Teesdale Mercury)

School pupils join campaign to rid their communities of dog muck (The Northern Echo)

Work on £10m Durham College expansion gets under way set for 2016 opening (ChronicleLive)

Multi-million pound East Durham College development underway (Hartlepool Mail)


Gateshead school rooftop stand-off: Two men due in court after St Joseph’s School incident (ChronicleLive)


Pupil with leukaemia inspires teacher’s charity head shave (The Northern Echo)

Hartlepool school closed due to mains water leak (Hartlepool Mail)

Hartlepool College aims to build on its success (Hartlepool Mail)

More Hartlepool schools than ever are impressing Ofsted (Hartlepool Mail)

Pools kick-off new project to boost learning through football (Hartlepool Mail)

Student restaurant re-opens for new term (Hartlepool Mail)

Brierton School site: What should Hartlepool Council do with the land? (Hartlepool Mail)

England rugby team’s supplier helps pupils design their own shirt (Hartlepool Mail)


Teenager found with “unexplained injuries” outside school is in stable condition (The Northern Echo)

Your School: The Avenue Primary School (GazetteLive)

Your Nursery: Pennyman Primary Academy, Middlesbrough (GazetteLive)


Newcastle school prepares to welcome Scotland rugby team (ITV)

Mentoring project supported by Newcastle solicitors wins North Law Award (ChronicleLive)

North Tyneside

School to open its doors to prospective pupils (News Guardian)

Honoured for success in exams (News Guardian)

School’s out for headteacher next Easter after 34 years at middle (News Guardian)


Dilston students triumph (Hexham Courant)

Annual awards put town in full bloom (Hexham Courant)

Schoolchildren asked to design road-safety banners (Northumberland Gazette)

Alnwick Town Council round-up: Tour, toilets, schools and streets (Northumberland Gazette)

Course now at campuses (News Post Leader)

Academy’s new studio (News Post Leader)

Redcar & Cleveland

Brotton school staff and students celebrate ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating across the board (GazetteLive)

Youngsters sail to Scotland on charity trip (Darlington & Stockton Times)

South Tyneside

South Shields Catholic school announces extension plans (Shields Gazette)


Rare Stockton twins Lucas and Louie Cooke celebrate second birthday in style (GazetteLive)


Grindon Hall free school making ‘reasonable progress’ after British values concerns (Schools Week)

Sunderland College and rugby club tackle work experience (Sunderland Echo)

Class science goes with a bang (Sunderland Echo)

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