Fri 20 Oct 2017
A CABLE car could be part of the answer to Rotherham’s transport difficulties, according to one councillor.
By Admin on Wed 04 Jun 2014
SCHOOL inspectors have said there is a “pressing need” to improve Doncaster Council’s support for schools.
By Rebecca Parkin on Thu 03 Apr 2014
I’M 16 years old and was born with Aspergers, a form of high functioning autism.
By Michael Upton on Thu 03 Apr 2014
GREEN-thinking youngsters have teamed up with a “cheeky money” to help get their message across.
By Meg Stickland on Thu 03 Apr 2014
YOU’RE aged between 16 and 18 and are being asked to answer one vital question: What do you want to do for the rest of your life?
Your child isn’t been fed a religion or a way of life — it’s still meat.
By Admin on Wed 19 Feb 2014
DAVID Beckham, the England cricket team and a host of other sporting sides have donated signed memorabilia to help a head teacher’s dying wish come true.
By READER: Name and address supplied on Thu 30 Jan 2014
RE report in the Rotherham Advertiser December 20 — OFSTED developing excellence plan, Brampton Ellis Junior School.
By Amy Westby on Wed 22 Jan 2014
STUDENTS from two higher education institutions have become the first to trial a new hi-tech way of contacting the school nurse.
By Amy Westby on Tue 14 Jan 2014
A SPROTBROUGH headteacher has denied two counts of sexual touching involving two 11-year-old girls.
By READER: Dianne Clough, Wickersley on Tue 31 Dec 2013
WHAT an eyesore the new building at Wickersley School will be. It will be totally out of place in a residential area and will lower the tone.
By Admin on Tue 31 Dec 2013
A TRAIL-BLAZING Rotherham scheme which teaches children entrepreneurial skills has been praised by the Prime Minister’s enterprise advisor during a flying visit to the borough.
By Amy Westby on Tue 24 Dec 2013
DEARNE Valley parents are being urged to hurry and get their children’s applications in for school places.
By Paul Rickett on Thu 28 Nov 2013
ROTHERHAM parents, pupils, colleagues and members of the public will be showing their appreciation for teaching and classroom assistants on Friday.
By READER: Martin Ward on Tue 26 Nov 2013
TEACHERS are largely a workshy rabble. I will not refer to them as professionals because that is one thing they are not.
By Admin on Mon 21 Oct 2013
A HEAD teacher parachuted in to rescue a failing school held a meeting to discuss recovery plans — but only 13 parents turned up.