Fri 16 Mar 2018
A CHILD abuse whistleblower who was harassed online is now working with South Yorkshire Police to try and improve how the crime is tackled.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 07 Jun 2011
PARENTS of pupils at a Rotherham school have completed a course to help combat behavioural problems.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 03 Jun 2011
A PROJECT teaching safety to youngsters will remain in Rotherham after better premises were found.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 27 May 2011
DAYCARE for under-threes will be phased out at two children’s centres as council bosses continue their quest for £1 million savings.
By Phil Turner on Fri 20 May 2011
TEACHERS at strike-hit Rawmarsh Community School have suspended further action after the threat of redundancy hanging over one member of staff was lifted.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 13 May 2011
PLANS FOR two new free schools have been announced—which could divert 2,700 pupils and millions of pounds from state education in Rotherham.
By Phil Turner on Fri 13 May 2011
STRIKING teachers are escalating their action to defend the job of their union representative after talks broke down.
By Phil Turner on Fri 06 May 2011
A STRIKE-hit school’s former head teacher who left behind huge debts is now working as an adviser to other heads, it has been revealed.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 13 Apr 2011
FEARS have been raised for the future of music in Rotherham’s schools as a result of Government cuts.
By Michael Upton on Wed 13 Apr 2011
FOUR “outstanding” schools have become the first primaries in Rotherham to be set free from regular inspections.
By Phil Turner on Fri 08 Apr 2011
STRIKING teachers have attacked “disastrous” job cuts at a Rotherham secondary school after a damning report called for more specialist technology teachers.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 31 Mar 2011
SPECIAL schools in Rotherham continue to be extra-special—as students at Newman cheered being rated outstanding in 33 of 34 Ofsted criteria.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 25 Mar 2011
FOUR budding designers have scooped three national prizes with their imaginative spinning top game.
SAFETY-savvy students used a police speed gun to snare law-breaking motorists outside their school.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 18 Mar 2011
A RETHINK of plans to save £2.4m at Rotherham’s biggest college means that a third of the jobs in danger of being axed have been reprieved.
By Michael Upton on Thu 17 Mar 2011
A SCHOOL transformed by a £4.6 million rebuilding project and a new council contact centre are in line for property “Oscars.”