St Chad’s is one of the oldest and most popular colleges in Durham. Established in 1904 as an Anglican foundation, Chad’s today welcomes students of all faiths and beliefs to study for the whole range of Durham University degrees. With nearly 400 undergraduate and 150 postgraduate students, we are a small, human-sized community with an excellent reputation as a college where students will be both challenged and supported.
“I wouldn’t change my experience of Chad’s for the world. I’ve made great friends and feel like I have and will always be part of a really special community.” (2019 Graduate)
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A report published today warns that charities and social enterprises in deprived parts of the North of England are most at … Continue reading Charities supporting deprived communities face risk from Covid-19
In June 2020, the long-established Third Sector Trends Study carried out a ‘one question survey’ with former participants of its major … Continue reading Charity leaders’ confidence about the future is plummeting
When community business leaders completed their Third Sector Trends survey in 2019, there was a good deal of optimism in the … Continue reading How will community businesses fare in future?
Professor Fred Robinson of Policy&Practice, St. Chad’s College, Durham University, looks at the economic outlook for the region – and nation. … Continue reading ‘A time for imaginative and competent Government’
We’ve launched our reports from Third Sector Trends today. But we wanted to ask one of our questions again to see … Continue reading Third Sector Trends ‘One Question Survey’
Third Sector Trends is a long-term study of the voluntary and community sector which began in 2008 in North East England … Continue reading Third Sector Trends in North West England 2020
Third Sector Trends is a long-term study of the voluntary and community sector. It began in Yorkshire and Humber in 2010 … Continue reading Third Sector Trends in Yorkshire and Humber
A Tale of Three Sectors The world was a very different place when the latest Third Sector Trends survey for the … Continue reading Launch of the findings from Third Sector Trends in North West England 2020
In an article in The Guardian yesterday it was claimed that 10% of charities could collapse. Yes, times are going to … Continue reading Are one in ten charities facing immanent collapse? I don’t think so.