Thu 11 Aug 2022
TRAVELODGE has exchanged contracts for its 69-room hotel on Forge Island — part of its £160 million expansion programme.
By Jill Theobald on Tue 16 Aug 2022
The borough has just the Get Healthy Rotherham service to assist 39,487 smokers who may be trying to kick the habit.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 05 Aug 2022
A PRIMARY school’s request to open later so it can host events like sport in evenings has been turned down .
By Séamus O’Hanlon on Wed 03 Aug 2022
A CHILDHOOD love of comics inspired an artist whose work is hoping to engage new young readers in Rotherham this summer.
By Bob Westerdale on Wed 03 Aug 2022
THE head teacher of the 1,000-pupil Dinnington High School has lifted the lid on poverty in some parts of the town and believes Government Levelling Up funds will make little impact on the next generation as they scramble to find employment.
By Admin on Mon 25 Jul 2022
IT was smiles all round for “Team Central” after a school received a “good” report from inspectors.
By Michael Crossland on Mon 25 Jul 2022
STAFF and students celebrated their pride in diversity with a day of activities including face painting, a bake sale and an after-school run.
By Admin on Sun 24 Jul 2022
STUDENTS swapped their classrooms for the historic halls of Wentworth Woodhouse as they enjoyed a change of scenery.
PRIMARY pupils enjoyed a magical taste of high school life when they took a look around their next learning destination.
By Roland Sebestyen on Fri 15 Jul 2022
THE government’s decision to give the green light for rebuilding one of Rotherham’s biggest schools has been hailed as “a massive opportunity”.
By Admin on Tue 12 Jul 2022
THE number of Rotherham youngsters eligible for free school meals has jumped nearly 70 per cent since 2018.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 11 Jul 2022
SCHOOLS in Rotherham have the choice of where families can redeem the free meal vouchers during holidays, it has emerged.
By Michael Crossland on Mon 11 Jul 2022
By Roland Sebestyen on Sat 09 Jul 2022
PROUD children celebrated playing their part in clocking up an extra 18,000 hours of out-of-school activities as they graduated from Rotherham Children’s University.
By Roland Sebestyen on Fri 08 Jul 2022
ANGRY parents claim they have been pushed to buy laptops to help with their children’s studies at triple the price online.
By Chris Brayford on Thu 30 Jun 2022
MP Nick Fletcher courted controversy by accusing supporters of a “transgender lifestyle” as “glamorising something that is nothing more than a phase”.