Fri 20 Jul 2018
A SPECTACULAR cascade of confetti has carried Wentworth Woodhouse to victory in a Tour de Yorkshire competition.
By Amy Westby on Thu 18 Aug 2011
STUDENTS in Rotherham have topped last year’s A-levels performance, increasing the town’s overall rate by 0.3 per cent to 97.7 per cent.
By Amy Westby on Wed 17 Aug 2011
STUDENTS across Rotherham are opening that all-important envelope today and so far the picture is looking good for the town.
By Admin on Fri 12 Aug 2011
ROTHERHAM had the second lowest SATs results in Yorkshire this year, leaving the borough languishing eight places off the bottom of the national league table.
By Alice Bentley on Thu 21 Jul 2011
A CHILDREN’s festival came to an end last week with a red carpet event marking its eighth year of success.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 21 Jul 2011
COUNCILLORS have rejected proposals for a KFC round the corner from a primary school.
By Michael Upton on Mon 11 Jul 2011
Fewer than half of Rotherham pupils eat school meals, according to a new report.
By Phil Turner on Fri 08 Jul 2011
AN ART teacher was sacked after going on sick leave when one of his lessons was deemed “inadequate,” an employment tribunal heard.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 05 Jul 2011
A SPECIALIST school will find out later this week if it is the best of its kind in the country.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 28 Jun 2011
SCHOOL leavers can take part in a new scheme teaching them to make a positive impact in the community.
STAR student Kyle Drewett is celebrating after being named a college’s Student of the Year.
By Michele Vincent on Mon 27 Jun 2011
HOPEFUL young journalists from Dinnington Comprehensive School were in London today to find out if they have been successful in a national media competition.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 24 Jun 2011
A ROTHERHAM school is celebrating a remarkable turnaround after going from special measures to being rated "good" by Ofsted within a year.
By Naumaan Farooq on Wed 22 Jun 2011
ROTHERHAM youngsters will be taking a trip into computer history at a special video gaming festival.
A GROUP of students are heading for South Africa to help needy orphans.
By Michael Upton on Fri 17 Jun 2011
TOP teacher Claire Stickland has William Shakespeare to thank after being named the region’s number one.