Fri 23 Mar 2018
A WOMAN alone at home was left traumatised after a man with a carving knife tried to kick her door down.
By Michael Upton on Thu 20 Aug 2015
MORE than 100 adult learners and their families attended a a celebration event held to mark their achievements.
THREE company directors who attended high schools across Rotherham are now passing on their skills and experience to the next generation of school leavers.
By Antony Clay on Tue 18 Aug 2015
A-LEVEL students have been praised for their efforts by a senior Rotherham business chief — but he urged more young people to opt for science subjects.
By Admin on Mon 17 Aug 2015
YOUNG people will have the chance to sing, dance and act or draw, design and paint at a summer school next week — and there’s still time to sign up.
By Admin on Mon 10 Aug 2015
SCHOOLS in the borough are being urged to sign up to save the planet and £50,000 off their power bills in a new energy reduction scheme.
By Michael Upton on Thu 18 Jun 2015
THE magic of the musicals and the spirit of song inspired young performers at a feast of talent this week.
By Dave Doyle on Thu 18 Jun 2015
PARENTS said this week that they feel punished by a change to detention rules at a high school.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 20 May 2015
TEACHERS described the huge transformation when a pupil with learning difficulties found music — culminating in him writing the school’s VE Day song.
By Andrew Mosley on Fri 01 May 2015
THE FUTURE of a children’s residential centre in Filey used by generations of young people from Rotherham has been put on hold by council commissioners.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 24 Apr 2015
A SCHOOL being built to ease the enormous pressure on primary places is almost £500,000 over budget.
CHANGES including a cut in admissions at saved Abbey School have been approved by Rotherham Borough Council.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 31 Mar 2015
WHERE the streets have new names — pupils have chosen the titles for roads on a nearby housing estate.
By Michael Upton on Thu 12 Mar 2015
CHILDREN around Rotherham celebrated their love of reading by dressing up as book characters to mark World Book Day.
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.