Are you a past student of Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College, TyneMet College, North Tyneside College or Tynemouth College?

Our alumni contribute to the rich history and tradition of the College, and we are proud that so many past students have been asking about ways to remain actively connected.

We would love to hear from you to find out what you are doing now and how your experience at the College helped to shape your career or open up opportunities and interests that are now part of your life.

We are keen to develop a network that assists former students to get back in touch both online and at future alumni events. The Alumni Network aims to:

  • Help you to maintain your connection with the College and stay in touch with the people and experiences that define you
  • Facilitate connections with friends and former colleagues as part of an expanding, business and professional network
  • Learn about educational, networking and social events exclusively for alumni

We are also looking to create case studies and news articles about our former students to celebrate students' success and inspire our current students to see what they could achieve with hard work and dedication to their studies.

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Get ready to step up 'A' level at our December Open Event

School-leavers can pick up prizes galore at an exciting A level information event at a highly rated North East college.

Gifts are up for grabs to attendees of Queen Alexandra Sixth Form’s open evening, between 4.45pm and 7pm on Tuesday, December 7.

Items at the ‘Step-up A Level Open Event’ include Waterstones and Amazon vouchers, a hamper packed with essential stationery items, and chocolates.

But the college says the best prize of all is the chance to speak to tutors about the range of career-enhancing courses available from September.


Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College has made the A level grade once again – with virtually perfect pass rates.

Seventy-five students helped the North Shields college gain a stunning overall pass rate of 98.6%.

They include Lauren Collins, 18, from Howden, who has won a place at Cambridge University with 3 A* grades in law, psychology and history.

Daniel Blacklock, 18, gained A* in maths and physics, and Lauren Hallewell, also 18, achieved A* in law and business and an A in sociology.

And Max Ramage, 19, has won a place at Newcastle University after gaining A* in psychology and business and an A in maths.


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