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  • Mayor tackles rugby challenge

    Mayor tackles rugby challenge

    By Michael Upton on Fri 12 Nov 2010

    She's proved before that she's game for a laugh...and the Mayor of Rotherham was at it again this week when she got to grips with some rugby players.

  • Poppy's got the recipe for success

    Poppy's got the recipe for success

    By Michael Upton on Tue 09 Nov 2010

    A BUDDING chef has cooked up a double triumph by winning a cooking contest for the second year running.

  • Chloe joins protests again education grant cuts

    Chloe joins protests again education grant cuts

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 08 Nov 2010

    BUDDING Rotherham politican Chloe Shaw has joined calls for the Government to think again over the scrapping of cash help for the poorest students.

  • Nursery acts after OFSTED complaint

    Nursery acts after OFSTED complaint

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 08 Nov 2010

    A NURSERY has taken action after a complaint that children were not being properly supervised when staff were tidying up.

  • Staff stunned by school jobs axe

    Staff stunned by school jobs axe

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 05 Nov 2010

    PARENTS and staff have been left shell shocked by a budget slashing shake-up which could see mass redundancies at one of the boroughs specialist schools.

  • Youngsters on sporting  mission to South Africa

    Youngsters on sporting mission to South Africa

    By Amy Westby on Thu 04 Nov 2010

    YOUNG sporting stars from Rotherham have travelled to South Africa to deliver Olympic-themed classes to children.

  • Poor youngsters 'betrayed'

    Poor youngsters 'betrayed'

    By Gareth Dennison on Thu 21 Oct 2010

    ROTHERHAM MP Denis MacShane has responded angrily to the Coalition Government's axing of the Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA).

  • Strike threat at special needs schools

    Strike threat at special needs schools

    By Phil Turner on Mon 18 Oct 2010

    STAFF at a special needs schools organisation are to be balloted for industrial action over a wave of cuts in pay and conditions.

  • Dearne Valley College lands £225,00 improvements boost

    Dearne Valley College lands £225,00 improvements boost

    By Gareth Dennison on Tue 28 Sep 2010

    SPORTS projects and roof repairs will benefit after Dearne Valley College secured £225,000 funding.

  • RCAT linguists celebrate exam success

    RCAT linguists celebrate exam success

    By Michele Vincent on Wed 22 Sep 2010

    A ROTHERHAM college is celebrating a successful academic year for its Languages department.

  • Independent school plans to be unveiled

    Independent school plans to be unveiled

    By Admin on Fri 17 Sep 2010

    TWO public events will be held next week to discuss plans for a new gospel hall and independent school in a Rotherham village.

  • Students in Westminster talks with Rotherham MPs

    Students in Westminster talks with Rotherham MPs

    By Michael Upton on Tue 14 Sep 2010

    THE next generation of Rotherham voters visited Houses of Parliament to get a sneak peek into the corridors of power.

  • College gets £5m council loan

    College gets £5m council loan

    By Michael Upton on Thu 09 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM Borough Council has approved a bid from Rotherham’s biggest college for a £5 million loan.

  • Top student wins a year's university cash

    Top student wins a year's university cash

    By Amy Parkes on Thu 26 Aug 2010

    A ROTHERHAM student has won a scholarship to fund her first year at university.
    Rebecca Middleton (18) of Thomas Rotherham College was this year's winner of the Harold Bridges Memorial Scholarship.

  • TALKING POINT: Why I'm bucking the university system

    TALKING POINT: Why I'm bucking the university system

    By Admin on Thu 26 Aug 2010

    THOUSANDS of students are mulling over their futures this week after receiving their A-Level and GCSE results. Former Dearne High student Anna Rydelewski (18), from Thurnscoe, explains the frustrations and challenges facing her generation.