News at TyneMet
TyneMet College Leading the Way in New Technology ...17 December 2012
TyneMet College is leading the way and sharing good practice with schools and colleges across the region.
TyneMet College Student Gains Place in England Squad ...17 December 2012
Nelson Ndlovu, 17, from Fenham, studying on the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport (Performance and Excellence) at TyneMet College has been selected to play in the British Colleges England Football Squad.
Preparation For Life and Work Students Go Carol Singing ...12 December 2012
Students from the Preparation For Life and Work Department at TyneMet College studying on the Basic Skills for Life course took their singing voices to Eldon Square
TyneMet Engineering Students Looking Good to Employers ...12 December 2012
Engineering students at TyneMet have been offered employment by prestigious leading global organisations.
Former Engineering Student returns to TyneMet fully 'Powered' up! ...12 December 2012
Callum Tate, 20 from Tynemouth employed by Northern Powergrid, has returned to TyneMet to study alongside 12 other students on the FdSc Power Engineering.
Young Engineers from Norham and Marden High Schools are getting q ...12 December 2012
Two groups of school pupils, one from Norham High School and another from Marden High School, are attending TyneMet College for 2 years, working towards the Level 2 Extended First Certificate in Engineering.
Go For It Enterprise Event ...07 December 2012
Eight young people aged 15, from a local School who were attending TyneMet College, as part of the Go For It project, raised over £120 for their local Marie Curie Cancer Centre. The students raised the money by making and selling a range of crafts and holding a raffle, the enterprise event was part of their Asdan Employability qualification.
TyneMet College Turning Dreams in to Reality for Floristry Studen ...06 December 2012
A number of students studying on Floristry courses at TyneMet College have now opened their own successful Floristry businesses - making their dreams come true. As well as gaining many creative floristry skills, all floristry students at TyneMet undertake a retail module as part of their course. This helps to build their understanding of how businesses work and gives them hands on experience in our retail outlet on campus.
Artist rises to sculpture challenge ...05 December 2012
A Fine Art student from North Tyneside has created a unique sculpture for a newly-built production facility in the borough.
Val Farrar, 65, from Whitley Bay, was thrilled to see her work unveiled by the borough's Elected Mayor, Mrs Linda Arkley at a ceremony at the Greggs factory on Gosforth Park Way, this Wednesday (5th December 2012.)