Three Barrow Sixth Form College students achieved silver awards in this year’s UK Chemistry Olympiad.
Barrow’s shipyard has been awarded a new £1.4bn contract to deliver the next Astute-class submarine to the Royal Navy.
Staff and students are celebrating after Barrow Sixth Form College became the first in Cumbria to be awarded Leadership Academy Status.
Plans to build the next part of a £400m shipyard development by BAE Systems have been given the green light.
A group of first year apprentices from Kimberly-Clark recently attended a four day personal development and team building residential event.
A wave of healthcare apprentices from the area's hospitals are taking a step towards a nursing degree after completing their training on the wards.
Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon says "Barrow is leading the way" in British industry and apprenticeship training.
Talented musicians have raised £100 towards the charity Jo’s Appeal in a concert featuring recitals, monologues and songs from the musicals.
Registration for teams wanting to take part in the 2017 Keswick to Barrow and Coniston to Barrow walks is now open.
Furness College has been honoured by receiving chartered status in London.
Barrow Sixth Form students will be able to study A level design and technology from September thanks to an innovative new partnership.
Staff and students are celebrating after Furness College topped the national league table for the progress students make after school.
Representatives from Cumbria-based electrical design company Athena PTS recently attended a prestigious opening ceremony as guests of EDF.
Pupils from Dowdales School enjoyed a taste of life at Barrow Sixth Form College when they visited for a STEM taster day this week.
High-achieving sixth formers were reunited for the annual awards ceremony as a college celebrated its best-ever year for A-Level success.