Education & Learning

Redcar and Cleveland Visual Border

With some of the best primary schools outside London*, you can rest assured your children will receive a quality education here in Redcar and Cleveland.

As well as high performing primary schools (including St. Bede’s in Marske which was named as the country’s best state school) , 2018 saw our local secondary school students achieve GCSE maths and English pass rate at Grade 4 of 66% and Grade 5 at 50%.

The hardworking, committed teachers and school support staff are all focused on ensuring our young people benefit from a well-rounded educational experience to equip them for future success.

You can find out about any school in Redcar and Cleveland on the government’s schools information website.

*Source: The Telegraph

Children learning through play

Beyond school

Guisborough’s Prior Pursglove College enjoyed a stellar 2018 with an A-level pass result of 99%. A testament to the committed staff and hard-working students, Prior Pursglove College can rightly be proud of its achievements and high academic standards.

Redcar & Cleveland College has recently merged with nearby Stockton Riverside College and other partners of Etc. to create a new, forward-looking further education provider for the borough.
Providing apprenticeships, vocational training, access to higher education and bespoke courses for employers, Redcar and Cleveland College will continue to be the first-class destination further education provider for years to come.

The award-winning Teesside University is within easy travelling distance, just a couple of miles away in neighbouring Middlesbrough. Offering undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses, Teesside University also has strong links with the Digital City initiative to create high-tech local businesses.

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