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Bellway Boosts Reading: St Paul’s CE Primary School Embraces New Library
Students at St Paul’s CE Primary School in Ryhope are being encouraged to immerse themselves in a good book, aided by the support of homebuilder Bellway. The company, which is building 60 new homes at its Barton Meadows development in Ryhope, has donated £300 to the school in nearby Waterworks...
Spire Healthcare Searching For Candidates For New Nurse Degree Apprenticeship
The leading private healthcare provider, Spire Healthcare, is launching a new nurse degree apprenticeship programme in partnership with the University of Sunderland, with roles available across Spire’s 35 English hospitals. The nurse degree apprenticeship is open to applicants at all stages of life, including school leavers, university graduates and people...
The blood's power over the human personality is being explored by a Sunderland academic. Martin Maley, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Science - previously head of the NHS Blood & Transplant Red Cell Immunohaematology Laboratory in Newcastle - plans a survey to compare students’ blood groups to their personality traits. In the...
Sunderland University's New Multi-Million-Pound Centre Construction Underway
A new multimillion-pound addition to the University of Sunderland is beginning to take shape. Once completed, the new Cadaveric centre will play a key role in training the next generation of medical professionals. Construction work is now well underway on the facility which will form part of the newly-established School of...
Recently, there has been a lot of positive work done in the community as the country is forced to adjust to a new way of living. One Sunderland student has put aside personal difficulty to help young people in the region, thanks to the continued support of her university...
North East England Graduates Shine On BBC Radio 1 Christmas Takeover
A student from the University of Sunderland is set to join the new and emerging talent taking over BBC Radio 1 this festive period. From Boxing Day until New Year’s Day, 29 new DJs and presenters will be given a once in a lifetime opportunity to broadcast on the UK’s...
New Study Removes Barriers To Cancer Screening Among BAME Women
While national cancer screening programmes play a leading role in saving lives and help to increase survival rates, figures show a significant low uptake among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women. Researchers are now looking to address this imbalance through a new study, funded by the Scottish Government's Screening...

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