Fri 07 Aug 2020
A WORRIED mum says she is scared to leave her home due to increased anti-social behaviour, which she believes is being caused by temporary guests at a nearby hotel.
By Michael Upton on Fri 10 May 2019
Eleven-year-old Alana Habergham-Rice was just six when she held her first charity cake stall at Kiveton Park Meadows Primary to raise cash to help fund therapy and specialist equipment for a classmate with cerebral palsy.
By Michael Upton on Thu 09 May 2019
YOUNG bakers were praised for their enthusiasm after picking up tips from the experts in a professional workshop.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 09 May 2019
CLIFTON Park Museum has received £49,200 of lottery money to develop its engagement with young people.
By Michele Vincent on Wed 08 May 2019
A PRIMARY school has paid tribute to a popular dinner lady by planting a tree in her memory.
By Michael Upton on Mon 29 Apr 2019
WE take a look behind the secret door of Rotherham's overnight success story - the story-telling workshop which doubles as a shop for all things magical.
By David Parker on Thu 25 Apr 2019
A PRIMARY school closed suddenly for two days before the Easter break due to a public health issue.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 12 Apr 2019
DISADVANTAGED parents are being offered the chance to have weekly home visits from an expert to help boost their childen’s language and literacy skills.
HEAD teacher Mark Young will be breathing a sigh of relief as his final school bell tolls this afternoon — but he’s going out on a high.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 11 Apr 2019
A COLLEGE which was told to improve by Government inspectors will continue to operate without a permanent principal.
By Michael Upton on Mon 08 Apr 2019
ROTHERHAM’S main library could be on the move as council officials bid to boost their cultural offer in the town centre.
By David Parker on Thu 04 Apr 2019
CLEVER kids who are hoping to fly the flag for Rotherham at “the Olympics of robotics” in the US next month need to raise £20,000 by the end of April to get them across the Atlantic.
By Michael Upton on Fri 29 Mar 2019
Eight-year-old pupil Olivia Krupczak won a competition to create a soup label for long-running food group Baxters.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 29 Mar 2019
GOVERNMENT inspectors have placed a school into special measures after it rated teaching as “inadequate” and said the curriculum did not “meet the needs of pupils”.
By Michael Upton on Thu 28 Mar 2019
Emily Smith and Megan Bentley, who are on the performing arts specialist make-up course at University College Rotherham accompanied hair and media make-up curriculum team Leader Katie Asgari to an event in Westminster.
By Michael Upton on Wed 20 Mar 2019
Hollie Sykes and Rachel Cheshire, both former pupils of Thomas Rotherham College were awarded scholarships by the Feoffees of the charity known as The Common Lands of Rotherham.