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 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.
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.