“TICE not only allows students to access a range of creative industries outside of the school environment, but also gives them a confidence in themselves and a sense of pride and self-belief they didn’t have before. By working alongside businesses, professionals, higher education institutes and students . . .
Miss A Hope
Burnside Business & Enterprise College
"TICE has given the students the opportunity to explore interests, ideas and career paths that they may not have considered without the activities and discussions they have had today. It’s fantastic to see them so excited and inspired, and the mentors have been engaging, informative and really friendly. . . .
Zoe Medhurst, CDT/Gifted & Talented Co-ordinator
Whitley Bay High School
The children and staff thoroughly enjoyed your activities and presentation. It was well organised and resourced and fitted well with the structure and large group that we have. As part of our STEM week it was nice to have an outsider to deliver some science to the children in a different manner. The . . .
Rachel Elliott, KS1
Battle Hill Primary School
“Longbenton Community College have taken part in the TICE programme for the last five years, giving all of our year 10 students the opportunity to take part. It has proved to be one of the most inspiring projects that our pupils experience, opening their minds to a whole world of potential pathways . . .
TICE is a non-profit organisation working in collaboration with educational institutions and creative networks.
Our work is the crosspoint of art, design, education, training, science, culture and technology.
Here you'll find a vast range of blog posts coming from all the projects and programmes we run throughout the North East region. Some written by our team, some straight from the students themselves. Have a browse... exciting times!