Meet our inspiring 2017 Star Schools
Katie McLuskey, NCS recruitment coordinator, Rachel Pascoe, Egglescliffe School, Steven Green, NCS Chair.
12 schools have gone above and beyond to embrace the benefits of NCS.
Our annual schools awards recognise one school from each local authority in the North East that has pulled out all the stops to ensure their learners access the life-changing NCS programme.
The culmination of 2017's NCS league table saw the top schools, in terms of percentage of their year 11 group signing up to NCS, invited to a glitzy celebration evening in the Great Hall, Discovery Museum. A huge well done to all of our 2017 winners:
2017 NCS Star Schools:
- County Durham - Durham High School for Girls
- Darlington - Carmel College
- Gateshead - Emmanuel College
- Hartlepool - Dyke House Sports & Technology College
- Middlesbrough - Acklam Grange School
- Newcastle - Newcastle High School for Girls
- North Tyneside - Kings Priory School
- Northumberland - Bede Academy
- Redcar & Cleveland - Rye Hills Academy
- South Tyneside - Harton Academy
- Stockton-on-Tees - Our Lady & St Bede Catholic Academy
- Sunderland - Grindon Hall Christian School
2017 NCS Regional Ambassador School
Lord Lawson of Beamish Academy
2017 NCS Personality
Rachel Pascoe; Egglescliffe School
With thanks to our generous sponsors; NCS Trust, North East England Chamber of Commerce, Tees Valley Combined Authority, printed.com, Foundation of Light, NE Youth, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, The University of Sunderland, East Durham College, Gateshead College, Hartlepool College of Further Education and Middlesbrough College.
If you've not yet booked your NCS launch assembly, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0191 259 4797.
Check out the inspiring reflections from last year's event: