Fri 13 Jul 2018
THIS is the colourful classroom planned for a school — replacing two “temporary” buildings which have stood for 50 years.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 09 Jul 2012
TWO Rotherham schools have won praise for their sucess in improving GCSE results.
By Michael Upton on Fri 06 Jul 2012
LIBRARIES across Rotherham are looking for enthusiastic young volunteers to help with their annual Summer Reading Challenge for children.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 03 Jul 2012
THIS striking rainforest look scooped student Lauren Sharpe the top prize in a beauty therapy contest.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 15 Jun 2012
TWO libraries face closure and others will see their opening hours cut under new council plans by to “modernise” the service.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 30 May 2012
A DECLINING school has been placed into special measures by inspectors for failing its pupils with weak teaching and leadership.
WORLD number one inline skater Jenna Downing showed students how to head for heights on a visit to the Dearne ALC.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 22 May 2012
YOUNG people in the Dearne Valley are to get more help with finding a job thanks to a new link between Dearne Valley College and JobCentre Plus.
By Phil Turner on Thu 10 May 2012
A STRIKE planned for today by teachers at a Rotherham secondary school has been suspended after agreement was reached over job losses.
By Michael Upton on Wed 25 Apr 2012
Firefighters have prevented a school from being badly damaged in an arson attack after they came across it while at another incident.
By Richard Smith on Mon 23 Apr 2012
STUDENTS from Wath Comprehensive School are preparing their arguments for the regional finals of a top schools debating competition.
By Phil Turner on Wed 18 Apr 2012
ROTHERHAM MP Denis MacShane is still battling to find out how much the failed free school project in the town cost.
By Phil Turner on Tue 17 Apr 2012
A ONE-DAY strike by teachers in a dispute over job losses closed a Rotherham secondary school today.
By Richard Smith on Tue 17 Apr 2012
ROTHERHAM school pupils were lit the “torch of learning” today ready for its journey across Rotherham's schools in an Olympics-inspired event.
By Michael Upton on Wed 04 Apr 2012
STAFF at a college nursery are celebrating after receiving recognition for their hard work in providing top quality learning experiences for youngsters.
By Richard Smith on Tue 27 Mar 2012
ROTHERHAM College of Arts and Technology student Stefanie Wallace has got her career “moo-ving” by winning a place at one of the country’s top veterinary schools.