11:01am Tuesday 25th August 2015
NEWCASTLE University has strengthened its digital humanities department with the appointment of a leading art historian.
9:22am Tuesday 25th August 2015
ONE of the oldest schools in Britain has seen an increase in its number of weekly boarders as families seek the best of both worlds for their children.
4:02am Saturday 22nd August 2015
THE Mount School in York recorded the best A-level results in the region for a fee-paying school, a study found.
8:28am Thursday 20th August 2015
Live reports and pictures from GCSE results day at schools across the region.
5:40pm Thursday 20th August 2015
TEENAGERS across the North-East are celebrating after the region saw the biggest year-on-year rise in the number of candidates receiving grade C or above in their GCSEs.
9:30am Thursday 20th August 2015
The proportion of GCSEs awarded at least a C grade has risen again this year, but top grades have fallen for the fourth year in a row, official figures show.
6:00am Saturday 15th August 2015
A COMMUNITY is mourning the loss of a hugely popular and inspirational teacher who touched the lives of all students he met and revolutionised teaching in his department.
3:50pm Thursday 13th August 2015
THOUSANDS of students across the North-East and North Yorkshire will receive their A-level results today with schools already predicting their best ever results.
7:42am Thursday 13th August 2015
Photos, results and reaction as thousands of students across the region receive their A-level grades.
1:02am Wednesday 12th August 2015
THE numbers of parents being taken to court over their child skipping school is rising, with thousands facing action last year.
9:37am Tuesday 11th August 2015
STUDENTS from Darlington’s Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College won Teesside University’s annual Mock Trial Competition.
9:40am Tuesday 11th August 2015
THE who’s who on the reception wall is designed inspire.
6:57pm Sunday 9th August 2015
A GROUP of schools in Darlington is the first in the region to receive Soil Association recognition for its catering.
5:45pm Thursday 30th July 2015
MIDDLESBROUGH is bottom of the class as figures for England show almost one in ten of the town’s pupils were suspended from school last year.
1:41pm Thursday 30th July 2015
ONE of the UK’s top Michelin starred chefs has joined forces with Middlesbrough College to help them deliver world class training to catering and hospitality students.
12:49pm Saturday 18th July 2015
A TOWN mayor has used a watering can to open a school's eco-garden.
1:20pm Wednesday 15th July 2015
A PRIMARY school in the region is one of just eight in the entire country to receive Government cash to help teach pupils at other schools read and write.
5:12pm Thursday 9th July 2015
BABIES have become teachers to older children in Hartlepool.
5:10am Wednesday 8th July 2015
THOUSANDS of poorer two-year-olds across the region are missing out on free nursery places, official figures show.
9:29am Tuesday 7th July 2015
A BUSINESS set up by a County Durham mum to teach toddlers languages is expanding and about to export its lessons to help French children learn English.