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VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

Fri 17 Nov 2017

THIS was the dramatic scene as a huge fire lit up the night sky in Dalton.

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  • School bans sick Rawmarsh girl from prom party

    School bans sick Rawmarsh girl from prom party

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    A HEARTBROKEN teenage girl with health problems has been barred from her school prom—because she has not attended enough lessons.

  • CUTBACKS: Rotherham's kids and roads in the firing line

    CUTBACKS: Rotherham's kids and roads in the firing line

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    GOVERNMENT efficiency savings will deal a huge blow to education in Rotherham, it was claimed this week.

  • Inspectors hail improvement at Broom Valley school

    Inspectors hail improvement at Broom Valley school

    By Gareth Dennison on Tue 15 Jun 2010

    A ROTHERHAM school is fighting back after being placed in special measures, according to Government inspectors.

  • 'Special measures' school fights back

    'Special measures' school fights back

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 24 May 2010

    INSPECTORS have placed a failing school in special measures—but say that the new leadership team has the potential to turn things round.

  • Fury as school's care clubs scrapped

    Fury as school's care clubs scrapped

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 21 May 2010

    OUTRAGED working parents were told to taxi their children to an after-school club in a neighbouring village after the youngsters’ own club was scrapped with just a weekend’s notice.

  • Thomas Rotherham student's £15,000 boost

    Thomas Rotherham student's £15,000 boost

    By Amy Parkes on Wed 19 May 2010

    A COLLEGE student is celebrating after securing a national scholarship worth £15,000.
    Alex Abel, an accountancy, business and maths student at Thomas Rotherham College has been awarded a place on Kaplan's national Accountancy Scholarship.

  • Dakota flyover for Wath schools' World War II day

    Dakota flyover for Wath schools' World War II day

    By Amy Parkes on Thu 06 May 2010

    MEMBERS of the Royal British Legion are invited to join school children for a Second World War themed event which will feature a Dakota flyover.

  • Training scheme fears allayed

    Training scheme fears allayed

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 04 May 2010

    TEENAGERS learning new skills as part of a vocational training scheme have been reassured that their positions are secure after fears that the scheme could be scrapped.

  • Thurcroft School special measures school fighing back

    Thurcroft School special measures school fighing back

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 30 Apr 2010

    A SCHOOL has been placed in special measures after inspectors criticised its inadequate teaching and “dull and mundane” lessons.

  • U-Explore boss new chairman at Maltby Academy

    U-Explore boss new chairman at Maltby Academy

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 26 Apr 2010

    MALTBY Academy head teacher Dave Sutton has welcomed the new chairman of the company running the school.

  • Ash cloud traps Brinsworth students in Ethiopia

    Ash cloud traps Brinsworth students in Ethiopia

    By Naumaan Farooq on Tue 20 Apr 2010

    A DOZEN Rotherham students are trapped in Africa after the volcanic ash cloud clogging the airways left them stranded in Ethiopia after a school trip.

  • Teacher bullying case costs council £28,000

    Teacher bullying case costs council £28,000

    By Phil Turner on Mon 19 Apr 2010

    EDUCATION chiefs took eight months and spent more than £28,000 on sacking a deputy head teacher for bullying tragic teacher Britt Pilton before she died.

  • Dearne Valley College thanks its loyal eaters

    Dearne Valley College thanks its loyal eaters

    By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 09 Apr 2010

    COLLEGE cooks have served up a feast to say thank you to a couple they have seen nearly every week for the last 20 years.

  • SWINTON: school demolition gets go-ahead

    SWINTON: school demolition gets go-ahead

    By Michael Upton on Tue 06 Apr 2010

    A SCHOOL which has taught generations of youngsters over more than 100 years will be pulled down to make way for a 21st century replacement—but historic features of the orginal building will be preserved.

  • OFSTED inspectors criticise Treeton School

    OFSTED inspectors criticise Treeton School

    By Gareth Dennison on Wed 31 Mar 2010

    A ROTHERHAM school has been rated “unsatisfactory” by Government inspectors given for failing to properly record checks done to protect its pupils.