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College flash mob for cancer charity surprises shoppers


Students from Newcastle College pulled on their dancing shoes and surprised Christmas shoppers on Northumberland Street with a flash mob, in aid of a cancer charity dedicated to young people.

Newcastle College becomes first college in the UK to support the Government’s National Cyber Security Strategy


Newcastle College is the only college in the UK and the only provider in the North East to secure Government funding to develop higher level training and skills that supports the National Cyber Security Strategy.

Newcastle College Director appointed as Chair of AoC 14-16 Implementation Group


A senior manager at Newcastle College, one of the first Colleges in the country to open its doors to students aged 14-16, has been appointed as Chair of the Association of College’s (AoC) new 14-16 Implementation Group.

Number of good or outstanding colleges above national level is good for the region


I was delighted to see that the number of “good” or “outstanding” colleges in the north east is well above the national level, according to a recent Ofsted report.

College students first to visit tunnel works


A group of 12 students from Newcastle College are the first outside the project team to view progress on the £7 million refurbishment of the Grade II-listed Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels between Howdon and Jarrow.

Music students get surprise visit from BGT winner, Jai McDowall


Britain’s Got Talent winner, Jai McDowall, surprised a group of music students yesterday when he made an impromptu visit to Newcastle College to see how they are supporting Teenage Cancer Trust.

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