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Year 11 Taster Day

Year 11 Taster Day

Year 11 Taster day takes place on Thursday 18th July and Friday 19th July 8:30am - 1:00pm. Click here to book your space.

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Esteemed Student Executives attend NCS Hope Hack Event in Newcastle

Three of our esteemed Student Executives, Emma Lindsey, Yves Tinnion, and Lizzie Briggs, recently travelled to Newcastle to participate in an extraordinary event called the Hope Hack. In addition, two of our students, Ellie Johnson and Arthur Golden-Shillaw, were in attendance representing North East Peer Action Collective – a research and social action project run by young people, to create a safer and fairer community. 

The event, organised in collaboration with NCS (National Citizen Service) and the Hope Collective, was designed to empower young minds and provide them with a platform to voice their aspirations for the future. Schools and youth organisations joined forces in a day-long workshop and the event was centered around amplifying the voices of our youth. The programme included engaging presentations, keynote speakers, entertainment, and facilitated workshops. These workshops delved into critical themes such as education, employment, poverty, inequality, community safety, and mental and physical health.

The Hope Hack isn’t just about discussions, it’s about taking action. Participants collaborated to devise innovative solutions to local and regional challenges. These solutions were then presented to decision-makers from the community, providing a unique opportunity for young people to directly influence policy and decision-making processes.

The Hope Collective, a formidable partnership of leading cross-sector organisations, has been at the forefront of driving change across the UK through the Hope Hack events. Over the past two years, these events have sparked tangible transformations, empowering young people to make a real difference in their communities.

Emma Lindsey, Yves Tinnion and Lizzie Briggs represented Durham Sixth Form Centre at the Hope Hack event particularly focussing on issues around Poverty & Inequality in our region. Their participation not only showcased our commitment to youth empowerment but also underscores the passion and dedication of our student body to effect positive change.

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