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A Successful Summer 4 All

At Success4All we believe that it is important to provide affordable fun and educational activities to do during the Summer holidays directly in the community.              This Summer we ran two Summer Schools during the first two weeks of August, one in the West End of Newcastle based in Wingrove and another in Throckley sponsored […]

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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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A Trio of Summer Schools

In the past, Success4All have ensured that they have run a summer school every year. Over the years the locations have changed, from our Kids Kabin Centre to Walker Technology College. This year, we aimed high, running 3 Summer Schools at Walker Technology College in the East End of Newcastle, and 2 Summer Schools in […]

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WEYDA Summer Action

This summer was the first time WEYDA held a social action project. Last Monday was the Multi-Faith Football tournament followed on Tuesday by the great Bake Off. Both days were a great success with many people from different religions and cultures came together to have fun. Monday 11th August saw the Christian Roma community church […]

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Spanish Textiles

As part of the Real Translation Project in partnership with Newcastle University, language students from Newcastle University and students from the Learning Hub at Walker Technology College began their Spanish Textiles Project. So far, they have worked together to make a Spanish-English glossary and phrase book for students of Textiles. The children and young people […]

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