Fri 20 Jul 2018
A SPECTACULAR cascade of confetti has carried Wentworth Woodhouse to victory in a Tour de Yorkshire competition.
By Admin on Tue 26 Apr 2016
TOP teacher Niles Puttesmans’ fun futuristic lessons won him an award after he switched his pupils on to the potential of building robots.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 04 Mar 2016
SPELL-binding story workshop Grimm and Co opened its doors in the town centre on Monday.
By Sam Cooper on Wed 02 Mar 2016
TEACHERS, councillors and researchers will hold a special question and answer session at Rotherham Town Hall next week about the impact of exams on schoolchildren.
By Sam Cooper on Tue 09 Feb 2016
MORE teenagers are gaining places in further education or training, the latest statistics show.
By Admin on Wed 27 Jan 2016
KEEN-eyed winners of a kids’ competition were given vouchers as part of a project to improve the appearance of their neighbourhood.
By Michael Upton on Fri 08 Jan 2016
UNION officials representing teachers at strike-hit Listerdale School have repeated their threat of further walkouts over the suspension of the head teacher.
By Sam Cooper on Tue 05 Jan 2016
A PRIMARY school which was forced to close due to a faulty boiler will reopen tomorrow.
A PRIMARY school has been forced to close today (Tuesday) due to a faulty boiler.
By Admin on Mon 04 Jan 2016
A SCHOOL which was forced to close because of issues with its fire alarm will be open as normal tomorrow (Tuesday, January 5).
By Joe Cawthorn on Fri 18 Dec 2015
THE annual primary school league tables have been announced by the Department for Education.
By Admin on Mon 07 Dec 2015
SCHOOL crossing campaigners have said they will continue to fight to bring a safe crossing outside a primary school despite the disappointing results of a council survey.
By Admin on Thu 03 Dec 2015
MEMBERS of Rotherham’s Youth Parliament were arguing in a grander chamber than their usual Town Hall HQ this week — the Commons Chamber in the Houses of Parliament.
By Admin on Thu 26 Nov 2015
SCHOOLS turned blue to raise awareness of their battle to beat bullying.
By Michael Upton on Fri 13 Nov 2015
THRYBERGH Academy invited two old boys-turned-soldiers back this week to join in their remembrance events.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 12 Nov 2015
STUDENTS became politicians for the day and decided how to spend a government budget in their community.