At Sedgefield Community College we seek to promote high standards of literacy in all of our subjects across the school. We believe that it is vital for students to leave Sedgefield Community Collegewell equipped with the literacy skills they will need to be successful throughout their life.
To celebrate our brand new 6th Form we decided to also create a brand new website, where we hope we will give you enough of a glimpse into how totally fab the place is, so you will want to enrolstraight away! Joking aside, we can only provide a snapshot here, so please get in touch if you have any questions or want a grand tour!
In Peterlee, the College re-located in 2009 into an exciting £36 million new build development. Needless to say, the complex is one of the most modern educational facilities in the region and onewhich staff, students and the public at large are justifiably proud of. Along with its specially designed state-of-the-art classrooms and work areas, the College also showcases a 500 seater sports arena and the area's only dedicated specialist theatre.
Grey College Association is an organisation designed to keep past members (alumni) of Grey College in touch with and provide support to the College. Established in 1959 to support graduating membersof the college for those first few years, the original President was the Master of the day, Sydney Holgate. As the number of alumni grew, the Association expanded and in time Dr Holgate stood aside, making way for a number of Presidents over the last four decades.
I am extremely proud to introduce you to Dyke House Sports & Technology College - an outstanding and dynamic school. The latest OFSTED report describes Dyke House as "an outstanding school" statingthat "there are many reasons why the school is successful, the most significant of which are the exceptional leadership, first rate teaching and learning and excellent care, guidance and support."
Hatfield College Boat Club (HCBC) was founded in 1846 and has been progressing and expanding ever since. The club has enjoyed many successes over the years. Recently the Women's Squad has achievedconsiderable success under the coaching of Jamie Watson, qualifying for the Academic IVs at Women's Henley in 2013 and 2014.
Many employers recognise that their future lies in quality Apprenticeships. Hartlepool College of Further Education believes this too, and we're one of the biggest providers of Apprenticeships in theTees Valley and County Durham, supporting over approximately 900 Apprentices. Apprenticeships are a programme of structured learning and work experience encompassing almost all vocational areas. They offer trainees a broad spectrum of work and not just individual skills.
Distance Learning College & Training provide flexible distance learning solutions for individuals who aren't able to commit to full time, classroom based studies; our students can work at their ownpace and meet their own timeframes depending on their own personal circumstances. We pride ourselves on providing a support and customer-oriented approach with expert tutors in each of our specialist fields offering assistance and encouragement to ensure you achieve your goals.
Kelcie Bullock on Friday told her fellow Class of 2015 graduates that they chose to attend Middle College High School at Durham Technical Community College because they are mavericks. Lori Khan, whoteaches eleventh and twelfth grade science at Durham Tech Middle College High School, was named Durham Public Schools' teacher of the year. Ms. Khan's knowledge of content is unmatched, said school principal Charles Nolan.
Stockton Sixth Form College has built an exceptional reputation for academic achievement over many years and, as the only specialist sixth form college in Stockton on Tees, has over 40 years'experience delivering A-level, BTEC and GCSE qualifications to students aged 16-19 from across the region. Ofsted judged Stockton Sixth Form to be a 'Good' college across all areas in its latest report, noting "high success rates across all levels of study" and "very effective support for students".