Community News

Local School Sends Letters of Support to England FC

St Bede’s School in Jarrow has sent in letters of support to England Foot Ball Club following the racism abuse they experienced. This week presenter Daniel Thomas spoke with Year 4 and their teacher Miss Romano. You can Hear the interview below.


Boldon School year10 pupils Abigail Dawes and Sam Lawley, with Equinor’s Tom Nightingale and Cllr Mark Walsh.

Young people in the North East of England are set to share in a £1 million investment during the construction of Dogger Bank Wind Farm to prepare them for working life in a net zero world.

In a programme developed in partnership with local authorities in the North and North East of England, the wind farm will put science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), at the heart of children’s education, to help them prepare for the jobs that will be vital to the green economic recovery of the UK.

All 18 secondary schools in South Tyneside will have the chance to increase and expand their current science, technology, engineering and maths provision. The programme in South Tyneside will focus on the primary to secondary school transition, with specialist training provided to enhance the skills and experience of teachers. The funding will also be used to enhance careers services for school leavers.

New Mayor visits Radio Shields

Cllr Pay Hay (Left) Mayoress Jean Copp (Middle) Kyle Scott CEO (Right) & Jessica Lamb

South Tyneside new Mayor and Mayoress visited the radio station and was very impressed with our set-up and how we work. The Mayor cllr Pat Hay said: “Great visit today to Radio Shields, nice to have a local radio station in our town of South Shields. All the service is run by some lovely volunteers. Thanks for having my Mayoress and I do radio interview with you”

Presenters Jessica& Jacqui Lamb interviewed the Mayor to officially congratulate her on her new role and asked some questions about the town.

You can listen to the interview here.