Wed 22 Nov 2017
A ROBBER posing as a police officer kidnapped a woman and her young child before trying to hold up a bank.
By Admin on Tue 23 Aug 2016
SCORING top A Level marks proved to be child’s play for a group of classmates eyeing a career working with children.
By Sam Cooper on Mon 15 Aug 2016
THE agonising wait will finally be over for thousands of students when they collect their A-level results on Thursday.
By Joe Cawthorn on Thu 21 Jul 2016
STUDENTS across the borough had a ball when they swapped their school uniform for suits and dresses.
By Admin on Tue 19 Jul 2016
PUPILS laid wreaths at the Menin Gate Memorial during a trip to the Great War battlefields of Belgium.
By Sam Cooper on Wed 06 Jul 2016
A SCHOOL has had its pupils’ SATS results annulled after allegations children were “over-aided” during the tests and that youngsters’ answers were amended.
By Michael Upton on Wed 29 Jun 2016
A GROUP aimed at giving older people a new lease of life is holding its summer fair this week.
By Dave Doyle on Wed 08 Jun 2016
MORE than two thirds of young people are still shunning the town centre, according to a new survey, with just 16 per cent of visitors feeling safe there.
By Admin on Tue 07 Jun 2016
GREEN-fingered students have been getting growing thanks to a cash windfall — and are now even mored fired-up following a special delivery from space.
By Admin on Thu 02 Jun 2016
A SCHOOL is celebrating becoming the first in Yorkshire to be awarded the Workplace Wellbeing Charter.
By Sam Cooper on Thu 26 May 2016
SCHOOLS across the country will be able to showcase their pupils’ work to parents in a whole new interactive way thanks to an invention from a former Dinnington Comprehensive School pupil.
By Michael Upton on Fri 20 May 2016
A PHOTO featuring Hitler and the titled War Declared published as part of a Facebook post about an impending school strike was included because of a “technical error”.
By Admin on Tue 26 Apr 2016
BUDDING radio presenters at Catcliffe Primary School proved they were on the right wavelength when they launched their very own station.
TOP teacher Niles Puttesmans’ fun futuristic lessons won him an award after he switched his pupils on to the potential of building robots.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 04 Mar 2016
SPELL-binding story workshop Grimm and Co opened its doors in the town centre on Monday.
By Sam Cooper on Wed 02 Mar 2016
TEACHERS, councillors and researchers will hold a special question and answer session at Rotherham Town Hall next week about the impact of exams on schoolchildren.