This year's winning team was Lord Lawson of Beamish School in Birtley, with Park View Community School in Chester-le-Street and St Leonard's RC School in Durham City coming in joint-second.
What does LLOBS stand for?
LLOBS stands for Lord Lawson of Beamish School (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
And ahead of taking to the stage the 27-year-old, a former pupil at Lord Lawson of Beamish School in Gateshead, gave us a glimpse of what to expect in the show, alongside fellow cast member Kieran McGin.
The lads will travel to take on Lord Lawson of Beamish School, Durham, in their first-round clash with all ties scheduled to take place on or before Saturday, January 17.
It is understood that the 20-year-old footballer, pictured below, a former pupil at Lord Lawson of Beamish school, grew up in Rutland Square and still lives there with his family outside of the football season.
David Grigg, headteacher for Lord Lawson of Beamish School in Birtley, Gateshead, said: "The decision is not totally unexpected, but it is demoralising for the students and unfair.
Good local amenities include shops, sports centres, golf courses, a library and a number of primary and secondary schools, one of which is the Lord Lawson of Beamish School.
Last night, a DoE spokesman issued the following clarification: "The application from Lord Lawson of Beamish School was before it became an academy and was processed in conjunction with its local authority - Gateshead.
Lord Lawson of Beamish School in Birtley has revealed that a staggering 91% of its pupils have achieved five or more A* to C grades.