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Snapchat Location Sharing Feature!

Posted on 22 Jun 2017
We have been made aware that there is a new feature on Snapchat where your child’s location can be viewed by anyone. The new feature added to the latest version of Snapchat allows you to see the location of Snapchat users and if you add pictures to “our story” your Snapchat pictures c

HTCS Chick Watch Project!

Posted on 21 Jun 2017
HTCS students were involved in the Living Eggs chicken hatching programme. As part of this programme students incubated 12 chicken eggs, watched them hatch and cared for the chicks for the first 10 days of their life. The aim of the extended learning project is to use this context to

Head Girl is Leading the Way Supporting Mental Health in Young People!

Posted on 14 Jun 2017
Steffi Ellison, 15, Head Girl at High Tunstall College of Science was appointed as co-chair of Healthy MindED to make sure the voice of young people is heard throughout the lifetime of the Commission.  Steffi co-chairs the commission alongside Professor Dame Sue Bailey, Chair of the C

Brilliant Club Scholars Programme 2017!

Posted on 05 Jun 2017
12 of our Yr8 and Yr9 students graduated from the Brilliant Club Scholars Programme in the Chemistry Building at Durham University. Their study had been in Anthropology working with a PhD tutor in university style and two of our students, Mollie Cooper and Tegan Winwood, confidently s

High Tunstall Student is Honoured with the Diana Legacy Award

Posted on 23 May 2017
Mathew White-Iley, a student at High Tunstall College of Science is one of 20 young people to receive a Diana Legacy award for his outstanding work with anti-bullying. Twenty exceptional young people world-wide, aged 9-18 have been awarded with the Diana Legacy Award, for their selfle

HTCS Dementia Friends!

Posted on 11 May 2017
We are aiming to make High Tunstall College of Science a Dementia friendly college, not only does this link with Dementia Awareness Week (14th – 20th May 2017),  but also with the aim to make Hartlepool and the whole of England and lot more dementia-aware by 2020! Recently 40 He

HTCS Students Support Lee Train For His Charity Run!

Posted on 10 May 2017
Hartlepool School children support a Hartlepool man who aims to raise £40,000 by running the full length of the UK. Two years ago Lee Dodgson ran 7 marathons in 7 days and raised £20,000 for Alice House Hospice.  Lee has now set himself a bigger challenge. In June, Lee plans to run 85

Head Boy and Head Girl Team 2017/18 Announced!

Posted on 04 May 2017
We would like to say a huge congratulations to our students who recently participated in the head boy/head girl campaign.  Students presented themselves professionally in assembly and tried to gain votes from fellow students and college staff by campaigning over the past few weeks.  V

Duke of Edinburgh Expedition!

Posted on 04 May 2017
On Thursday 27th April, 2017, 49 Year 10 students journeyed to the North Yorkshire Moors to embark on their practice expedition for their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. April ‘showers’ lived up to its name with the students experiencing torrential rain, however it did not

HTCS Autism Walk!

Posted on 03 May 2017
On Friday 21st April 2017, a group of year 7 and 8 students took part in a sponsored walk at Herrington Country Park to raise money for the North East Autism Society. The students did very well on their mile walk around the park.