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 Mon 07 Oct 2013
A SCHOOL has spent £200,000 on a new kitchen and canteen.
By Admin on Tue 01 Oct 2013
THOUSANDS of Rotherham pupils will stay at home today because of a walkout by the borough’s two biggest teaching unions.
By Admin on Fri 23 Aug 2013
Here are a list of some of the top achievers from around the borough:
THERE were stars all round as Rotherham students celebrated another bumper crop of GCSE results and bucked the national trend by rising for the 12th year in a row.
By Admin on Thu 08 Aug 2013
WORLD Cup Final referee Howard Webb dropped in to the Dearne Valley to promote the third year of a free coaching programme.
By Admin on Thu 01 Aug 2013
ANCIENT Egyptians and Native Americans have been at the centre of a recent project by young history enthusiasts.
By Admin on Tue 16 Jul 2013
FORMER Wath schoolpals have been back in town enjoying a reunion with their classmates nearly 60 years on — with some having travelled thousands of miles from to be there.
WATH Learning Community is funding a variety of activities for youngsters this summer.
By By Gareth Dennison on Sun 14 Jul 2013
PRIMARY schools across Rotherham are under enormous strain as the swelling population pushes demand for places to crisis point, the borough council has admitted.
By Admin on Fri 12 Jul 2013
HUNDREDS of Rotherham youngsters were joined by eighties pop star Toyah Willcox to bring a massive summer celebration to a tuneful close.
By Admin on Mon 01 Jul 2013
A SCHOOL’S long-awaited revamp hit the halfway mark with its proud principal comparing the new look to a university.
As part of the Young Advertiser series of features on Rotherham, reporter Michele Vincent made the trip to Badsley Moor Infant School.
By Admin on Thu 20 Jun 2013
TEACHERS in Rotherham are launching a new campaign to oppose Government plans to turn schools into academies.
By Michael Upton on Fri 26 Apr 2013
ROTHERHAM’S biggest college has been boosted by the news that funding for 16-18 year olds has been increased after an appeal to the Education Funding Agency.
By Michael Upton on Wed 24 Apr 2013
A ROTHERHAM school is celebrating after Ofsted inspectors gave it a positive rating.