Archive | September, 2015

MG Northumbria supports S4A

E-Learning Foundation figures show that 29% of the poorest households don’t have access to a computer. With schools setting more homework online and the local government closing libraries in deprived areas, it is becoming increasingly more difficult for the children and young people in these areas to keep up with their studies. With more laptops […]

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A STEM Explosion

Over the Summer, 227 children and young people and 46 volunteers joined our Summer School programmes across Newcastle this Summer. It was our fourth year at Walker Technology College, second at the Apostolic Church sponsored by the Reece Foundation and our first at Throckley Community Hall sponsored by the Willan Trust. All three Summer Schools had a STEM […]

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