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Former pupils pledge money in campaign to save Latin at last Sheffield state school to teach it

Former pupils at the last state school in Sheffield to teach Latin have backed its crowdfunding campaign to raise the £100,000 it needs to save the subject.

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Gordon Dutton and other Rossington residents are concerned about motorists driving around the school crossing patrol on Sheep Bridge Lane. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP Rossington Crossing MC 1

Alert over drivers ignoring school crossing patrols

Drivers are putting lives at risk by driving around school crossing patrols in a Doncaster village instead of stopping, it is claimed.

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Sheffield Hallam hosts Indian police delegation

Senior police officers from India are touring England as part of a ground-breaking project aimed at improving access to justice for female victims of violence.

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Schools focus - Edenthorpe Hall School. Pictured are students learning Latin to help improve their grammar.

Latin lessons returning in Doncaster schools

It was a favourite of the old grammar schools - and now Latin is back in Doncaster.

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The team behind BigTalk Education, which delivers age appropriate relationship and sex education (RSE) to thousands of children and young people each year across 45 Doncaster schools, have been awarded the Pamela Sheridan Award from the FPA - the sexual health charity.

Pioneer of age appropriate sex education in Doncaster wins two awards

A team who work to deliver age appropriate sex education to young people across Doncaster have won an award.

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22 Nov 2017.........Amanda Phillips from Bentley High St School, winner of the Yorkshire & Humber School Chef of the Year 2018 finals held at Doncaster College. Picture Scott Merrylees

Doncaster school chef tops the class in cooking contest

A Doncaster school chef has beat four other cooks to win the regional final of a national cooking competition.

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Olympians put Doncaster pupils through their paces

Olympians put Doncaster pupils through their paces

Young athletes of the future were encouraged to follow their dreams by two Olympians, who dropped by their school for a day.

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South Yorkshire school receives five star gardening rating from Royal Horticultural Society

Goldthorpe Primary recently received the Royal Horticultural Society stamp of approval after achieving the five star gardening school rating.

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Professor Lord Winston holds a question and answer session with Sheffield students

Professor Lord Winston has returned to deliver a talk to UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park students after officially opening the campus earlier this year.

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Help at allotment for Sheffield’s elderly residents, youngsters and those with mental and physical health conditions

Volunteers from law firm Irwin Mitchell teamed up with pupils from Chaucer School to help make improvements to a Sheffield-based allotment which is used by the local community.

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Education watchdog gives thumbs up to Isle school

Top of the class when it comes to progress is an Isle based school.

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South Yorkshire music students prepare for a week of exciting performances

Music students of all levels will be rehearsing this week for a number of performances taking place at Rotherham College’s Higher Education Hub and Town Centre Studio Theatre.

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North Lincolnshire female engineer wins an award

A North Lindsey College female engineer is at the top of her game after receiving an industry award.

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Princely advice for Sheffield innovators

Two teenage innovators from Sheffield High School for Girls talked through their ideas on solving global issues with HRH the Duke of York at Buckingham Palace.

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Blades and Sheffield university strengthen relationship through interns

The relationship between Sheffield United and Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) continues to grow as students studying sport programmes at Sheffield Hallam University have chosen to do their block placement at Sheffield United.

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NORTHERN LIGHTS: Education works for individuals and it works for society

Education matters. The global evidence is clear, says Professor Chris Husbands, Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University.

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Young inspectors who deliver services to South Yorkshire children scoop national award

Young inspectors who deliver services to South Yorkshire children scoop national award

A team of young people who inspect services delivered to children and young people in Rotherham has been nationally recognised for their work at a prestigious award ceremony in London.

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Staff and parents rally round to raise £10,000 to save pre-school’s future

Staff and parents rally round to raise £10,000 to save pre-school’s future

Staff and parents of an Isle pre-school are rallying round to save it from imminent closure.

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Twitter’s leading light gives South Yorkshire students an insight into the social media giant

Barnsley Academy students will get a ‘behind the scenes’ insight into social media giant Twitter when one of its leading lights drops in to give a talk to students on Friday December 1.

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Rosie May Owen was removed from lessons and placed in the inclusion unit at Outwood Academy City for two days, after staff at the school objected to her wearing false nails painted a nude colour, on the basis she was breaking school rules

Sheffield mum slams school's uniform policy after her daughter was excluded for wearing false nails

A Sheffield mum says the uniform policy at one of the city's secondary schools is 'getting beyond a joke,' after her 15-year-old daughter was excluded for wearing false nails.
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