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Kyra – Volunteer in the Spotlight

Kyra is a German student who is currently studying primary education at the University of Padermon. As this course requires her to teach abroad, she tutored many different students at our Learning Hubs over the last 10 weeks, 5 times a week! During this time, she also attended events that we held, and planned activities […]

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Easter Study Support Week

During the Easter break, many of the children who attend our Learning Hubs took part in Easter Study Support sessions. During this week they started each day with one to one tuition with our volunteer Tutor Befrienders, followed by afternoon activities with our partner Play in Newcastle.   The tutees worked with their volunteers through […]

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science

On Sunday the 11th of February 2018, it was the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This day has been dedicated to celebrate all those women who fight stigma surrounding fulfillment of gender criteria when embarking on a career in Science. The UN decided that women should get recognition in Science, as they are often disregarded in this […]

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STEM Challenge groups visit REECE Engineering

Our STEM Challenge teams have ended their 6-week project with a trip to a leading engineering company, Pearson Engineering of the REECE group, based at Armstrong Works on Scotswood Road. Children from Atkinson Road Primary, Westgate Hill Primary and Rainbird Primary (Friday 8th December) and Walkergate Community, Hotspur Primary and Central Walker (Friday 15th December) […]

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Introducing our new Learning Hubs at Success4All!

Here at Success4All, we are proud to announce two new Learning Hub locations this year. These are situated at Westgate Primary school and Thomas Walling Primary school. Our Hub at Westgate Primary is like our other Learning Hubs where tutoring takes place. The Hub is open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30 – 5 pm. […]

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Egg-cellent Easter Fun Day!

On the last week of the Easter holidays, we ran an Easter Study Support club. In the morning, 16 children and young people signed up for one-to-one tuition to prepare them for their upcoming exams. In the afternoons, they had the chance to join gardening followed by coding sessions. In the coding session, children and young […]

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Wonderful Walker Geography Club!

One of our fantastic volunteers, Maisie Buckley, has recently started a Success4All geography club at Walker Technology Centre! Maisie is a geography student at Newcastle University and has set up the club as her self initiated project for her career module, she wanted the club to focus on natural hazards, which is part of the […]

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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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