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Newcastle College

Rye Hill Campus, Scotswood Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7SA, UK – 0191 200 4000

Excellent service, fast feedback with guidance for possible improvements. really enjoyed my experience. and would recommend. ...

The best institute in the north east for higher education

Explore Lifelong Learning

4th floor, Commercial Union House, 39 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6RQ, UK – 0191 261 1633

Explore lifelong learning offers a great range of topics to delve into. everything from Art history to science and everything in between. Something for all. Excellent tutors willing to share their expert knowledge. All this and in such a central location! Wonderful!

They may be in the most ugly building in Newcastle, but the Explore life-long learning sessions are fantastic. Such a wide range of topics (arts, science, history, sociology, and more) and a welcoming atmosphere. The lecturers (regulars and guests) are all experts in their field and really engage with the audience in an interactive way.

Newcastle University

Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK – 0191 208 6000

Crazy mix of freedom and slavery. Really enjoyed having only two days of lectures and five self taught days. Atmosphere of the city is sth very unique to the UK and beer was quite cheap at my time (four years ago). And for some unknown reason people kept recognising me in the streets, was baffled by that fact, as I do not stand out that much and not famous, obviously.

I just passed by the university. Very old buildings which give character to an internationally well-recognised university.

Heaton Community Centre

61 Trewhitt Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 5DY, UK – 0191 276 6712

Awesome & warm community centre for nursery, baby / toddler activity groups at daytime & several martial arts in the evening / weekend. Been going to the karate for a year and a half + & my daughter to baby / toddler related things for a year +. Highly recommend to give this place a try

Cheap cheerful and friendly staff. They were happy to let us play boardgames for 8 hours.

Newcastle Goju-Ryu Karate Academy

Chillingham Road Primary School, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 5XX, UK – 07584 673911

Kids have joined this club for nearly five years and although the number of members is getting much higher but they still enjoy going there and learn more about Karate. Membership fees are reasonable especially if more people from the same family join the club.

Excellent Karate academy led by Aaoron who is not just teaching karate but also good manners to our kids. He also very dedicated and good listener for feedback and reflection.

School of Improv

Jurys Inn, Scotswood Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4AD, UK – 0191 209 4282

A welcoming and encouraging space that offers classes in improvised comedy for beginners as well as seasoned performers. It's also a great place to meet wonderful people.

We had a fantastic workshop with Bev ! Every day there would be a new great game that brought me to my childhood memories when I was not afraid to fail, or look silly while playing. Bev was always committed and taught us a lot by making us play ! The games and exercises which used music and sound effects, were top notch. Bev loves what she does and you can feel that when you are on stage with her. I highly recommend spending some time with her. We were from a different country using a different language, but with Bev and the magic of Improv, we became a whole and broke all the barriers we have on our daily life.

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Further Education Colleges

Newcastle Sixth Form College

Westmorland Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7SA, UK – 0191 272 1001

Truly a great place to learn, excellent teachers, a dedicated and truly understanding team for people with learning difficulties or mental health problems, and a zero tolerance of any kind of bullying for which there is appreciable evidence that such bullying has occured. Only slight issue is the teachers are possibly a bit too intent on making students embrace independent learning, compared with their success in making students embrace it, which leads to some students simply not knowing what the Hell's going on in the first few terms, which catches up to them towards the end of the first year and threatens to stop them passing on to the second. If you send your child here, make sure they know it's going to be a step up from what they're used to, and that they have to stay light on their feet with revision and coursework deadlines.

As a past student. I can say Newcastle Sixth Form College was truly an amazing part my life. In my first year I got involved with being a student ambassador, volunteering with one of their many charity links and took part in their first ever World challenge expedition to India. I wasn't the best of students in my first year leaving me with mixed AS results. However with the amazing support of the staff I gained the motivation and determination to come out with the amazing results that I did. I also was quickly promoted to the lead student ambassador in my second year. The college gave me the confidence to do do much, I even gained a part time job in my second year. This place offers way more than an educational, they've prepared me for life (including giving me the confidence to spend a month this coming Sumner to volunteer teaching English in Fiji)


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Newcastle College

Rye Hill Campus, Scotswood Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7SA, UK – 0191 200 4000

Excellent service, fast feedback with guidance for possible improvements. really enjoyed my experience. and would recommend. ...

The best institute in the north east for higher education

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