Thu 14 Dec 2017
A MAN threatened convenience store staff with a knife before fleeing empty-handed.
By Admin on Mon 09 Mar 2015
A LOOPHOLE which bars 1,800 teachers in Rotherham from a transport scheme which could save them hundreds of pounds could be scrapped, the Government has hinted.
By Admin on Fri 06 Mar 2015
STAFF and pupils at Rudston Preparatory School face an uncertain future after it emerged that the establishment is at risk of closure at the end of the summer term.
By Michael Upton on Wed 18 Feb 2015
A NEW Rotherham academy has been given the perfect boost as it enters a new era — a a £5,000 windfall for helping improve the results achieved by disadvantaged pupils.
By Admin on Thu 22 Jan 2015
SIX straight A students at Thomas Rotherham College have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge.
By Admin on Tue 11 Nov 2014
PUPILS proved they’d got the power by asking an MP plenty of questions about energy.
By Admin on Tue 28 Oct 2014
PARENTS of toddlers in Rotherham are being urged to check out whether they're eligible for free childcare.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 26 Aug 2014
PLANS to expand a 17th century village primary school have been approved.
By Antony Clay on Fri 18 Jul 2014
Former Oakwood School and Thomas Rotherham College pupil Michael Watson (27), from Moorgate, will received the honour from the University of Leeds on July 24.
By Admin on Wed 02 Jul 2014
A NEW smartphone app aimed at improving pupils’ vocabulary is being trialled in Rotherham schools.
By Francesca Edwards on Tue 17 Jun 2014
ROTHERHAM student FRANCESCA EDWARDS is preparing for the experience of a lifetime after gained a place at Bennington College in Vermont, USA. The 17-year-old Year 13 student at Wickersley School recently met US Ambassador to the UK, Matthew Barzun, as she
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.