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A WOMAN alone at home was left traumatised after a man with a carving knife tried to kick her door down.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 21 Jan 2011
MILK thieves have left youngsters without their favourite drink with a series of early morning raids on the doorstep of a primary school’s nursery.
By Phil Turner on Fri 21 Jan 2011
Fresh talks to avert further strikes at a Rotherham school failed to reach agreement today.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 20 Jan 2011
A SCHOOL is still suffering inadequate progress, a year after being placed in special measures.
By Phil Turner on Tue 18 Jan 2011
A TEACHER who made a series of sick outbursts at colleagues has been struck off for two years.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 14 Jan 2011
PUPILS cheered the news this week that Maltby Academy will receive £11.1 million for new buildings after the cash looked lost when Building Schools for the Future was axed last year.
By Admin on Wed 12 Jan 2011
EFFECTIVENESS and sustained improvement at a Dearne Valley School have won an “outstanding” rating from school inspectors.
By Phil Turner on Wed 12 Jan 2011
ROTHERHAM’S secondary schools are celebrating the highest pass rate ever in GCSE results released this week.
By Phil Turner on Mon 10 Jan 2011
YOUNG people at three youth centres in Rotherham staged occupations against cuts in youth services.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 07 Jan 2011
UNDER-fire head teacher Dr Stuart Wilson has said that a combination of staff illness and strike action forced him to close his school this week.
By Admin on Thu 06 Jan 2011
TEACHERS were on strike at a Rotherham school today in protest at cuts which could cost up to 30 staff their jobs.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 04 Jan 2011
TEACHERS will be picketing a Rotherham school tomorrow in a protest at job cuts.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 21 Dec 2010
Aston Library has been temporarily closed because the cold snap has caused problems with the heating system.
By Amy Westby on Wed 15 Dec 2010
ROTHERHAM'S primary schools have been ranked among the lowest in the country in the latest league tables.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 07 Dec 2010
IMPROVEMENTS in core subjects like English and maths have boosted a school’s recovery after it was placed in special measures a year ago.
By Michael Upton on Tue 07 Dec 2010
CHUCKLE Brother Barry Elliot has become a patron of a free school proposed for his home town of Rotherham.