If your child is under 18 and in full-time education (not an apprenticeship), you will continue to receive child benefit.
Come and see us at one of our open events and our expert staff can help your child plan their next step.
There may be additional costs associated with your child's course, e.g. trips, clothes and equipment. Full details will be given to your child at their college interview or at enrolment.
We have a wide range of different courses at different levels so we can find an alternative course that will suit your child.
Eligible students will qualify for our student transport scheme with Go North East.
We will regularly inform you about your child's progress and we have processes in place to monitor their attendance, punctuality, progress and motivation.
Education Partnership North East CEO Ellen Thinnesen has been appointed Chair to the The North East Local Enterprise Partnership Skills Advisory Panel
November 5, 2020
Art and design students at Northumberland College have been showing off their talents and creativity in a mini art exhibition.
October 21, 2020
Education Partnership North East has announced a new name for its LGBTQ+ group, voted for by students across the college group.