Star Awards aim to inspire children and young people aged four to 19 who attend a North Tyneside School, recognise personal achievements and celebrate success.
Matt Bailey, Capital FM Presenter was the Master of Ceremonies and said: "I had a great night at the NTLT
This is the first time we have run the NTLT
Star Awards, which are designed to honour and celebrate the outstanding achievements of children and young people who attend a school supported by the trust.
The NTLT, which was established in 2010, brings together schools and employers in an effort to improve education for children and young people.
David Baldwin, headteacher at Churchill Community College in Wallsend and chairman of the NTLT, said: "This is an extremely exciting time for the Trust.
The North Tyneside Learning Trust (NTLT) Bursary was launched in 2011 to help employers create new opportunities for 16 to 18-year-olds from the borough, by paying half of the apprentice's salary for 18 months.
Over the last three years the company has expanded, increasing staff numbers at its North Shields factory to more than 150, including seven apprentices, three of which have been supported through the NTLT Bursary.