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#MAKEOURMASCOT Competition!

Success4All need your help!!! We at Success4All have decided we need a mascot to represent us and are launching a competition to design the mascot, where the best entry will win a FREE IPAD!!! To enter the competition, you’ll have to collect an entry sheet from your local Success4All Learning Hub which you can find […]

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Super STEM Club!

Over the last few weeks Success4All have been running a STEM Club every Saturday at Walker Technology College. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, and their clubs allow students to gain practical, team work and leadership skills as well as opening doors to STEM based careers.     Each week the STEM club […]

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A FAB Half Term Holiday!

Over in Ponteland FAB for Kids ran a half term holiday club for children during their February break, the club lasted for three days, from Monday 20th until Wednesday the 22nd of February and was held at Ponteland Community Middle School. The club, aimed at children over eight years old, offered a wide range of […]

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Gardening Club Bursts into Life!

During February half-term holidays Success4All ran a gardening club on Tuesday 21st Februarary in Benwell, at the Carnegie Building and St. James’ Church. At St. James’ Church the children and young people helped to maintain the gardens, for the current residences to enjoy.      They planted daffodils e ready for the sunny Spring season […]

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New Learning Hubs!

Two of our Learning Hubs in the West End have moved! Unfortunately the Learning Hubs we operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at the Millin Centre and Newcastle City Skills Centre have had to relocate due to circumstances beyond our control. Don’t panic though as Success4All’s Learning Hubs will still be running at the Carnegie […]

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Preparing for University with S4A!

With the time for UCAS applications fast approaching, we remind ourselves of the importance extra tuition can potentially have on the success of pupils entering their next stage of education. There is a profound contrast between university acceptance rates of pupils from advantaged areas compared to that of disadvantaged. The reason has been linked to a […]

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Exciting first trip with EUROSOLE!

Our West-end Young Digital Artists (WEYDA) have just returned from an exciting expedition this month. A group of the Club members and project leaders all flew out to Dublin on the 23rd October to take part in their very first venture with the European project, EUROSOLE.   Since 2012 we have been involved with EUROSOLE, a project for […]

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S4A Comes to Scotswood

We have recently opened our latest Learning Hub in Scotswood in the West End of Newcastle! Based at the Scotswood Centre, which has been at the heart of the community for twenty years, the Learning Hub will be open every Tuesday and Thursday between 4.30 and 6pm. The hub is aimed at children aged 8 […]

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Joyful Juice Festival!

Users of S4A Learning Hubs can get free tickets for a number of events at the breath taking Juice Festival that is taking over Newcastle and Gateshead this half term! The festival is aimed at young people and families and provides a great opportunity to spend time with family or friends while out of school. […]

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Our Code Clubs need your vote – Aviva Community Fund

Last year S4A were part of the Aviva Community Fund to win money to keep our Learning Hubs going for another year. After receiving 5629 votes our project went to the panel and we were chosen as a winner! We were so overwhelmed with all the support from people in the local community who know […]

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