The Durham Federation Year 6 Open Evening took place on Wednesday 14th September at Durham Community Business College at 5.30pm and Thursday 22nd September at Fyndoune Community College also at 5.30pm.
Sam Stewart (ex-Y11 DCBC) received his 100% attendance award last night. Sam is 1 of 9 out of the whole of County Durham to receive this award. Not only that, there has only ever been ten students in County Durham’s history to achieve 100% attendance from nursery to leaving secondary. An amazing achievement for an amazing student with an enviable attendance record.
This week St Oswald’s Hospice unleashed their Great North Snowdogs throughout the North East of England. There are 61 large statues dotted nearby the stations on the Tyne and Wear Metro system. There are also 97 smaller dogs (one of which is called HOPE and has been painted by students from both our Colleges) these are hidden inside museums and art centres around the North East.
Well done to Year 11 students on your fantastic results, which show excellent progress and a positive year on year improvement. We wish you all good luck in the future.
On Wednesday 29th June, we said farewell to our Year 11 leavers at the Durham Federation Prom that was held at Lumley Castle.
The event was very successful and was enjoyed by students and staff alike.