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Israel Shodeinde, 13, from John Spence Community High School added: "Table tennis was advertised when I first joined the school so I joined the club as soon as I could.
The authority plans on rebuilding Whitehouse Primary, Marden High School, John Spence Community High School, Backworth Park Primary school, Longbenton Community College and capping entry numbers at George Stephenson High School.
Pupils from Northumberland Church of England Academy, Burnside Business and Enterprise College in Wallsend, Longbenton Community College in North Tyneside, John Spence Community High School, North Shields, and e Durham Federation imagined what life will be like in 2060 at a one-day workshop at Northern Stage.
In September 2010, the Queen Alexandra collaboration was launched by Tyne Metropolitan College to provide a unique sixthform experience for John Spence Community High School, Marden High School and Norham High School, also drawing students from many other schools across the region.
The John Spence Community High School pupil, of West Chirton, North Tyneside, did a bake sale and collect bedding for the shelter.
Tripz 'n' Tipz, a company set up by Year 12 pupils from John Spence Community High School, walked away with the Company of the Year title for their business making interactive travel packs for children.
Wallsend's Redesdale Primary entered the under-11 mixed competition, while North Shields' John Spence Community High School competed in the under-13 division for girls.
Other winners on the day were John Spence Community High School in North Shields and Westfield School in Gosforth.