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£3 million to toughen up our Doncaster children

Nearly £3 million is to be spent on toughening up Doncaster youngsters so they bounce back from adversity.

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Chris Geeson has become interim clerk at Thorne Moorends Town Council

Doncaster playground plan delayed after investigation

Bosses at a Doncaster town council have delayed plans for a major children's playground project - after questions were asked over contract tendering arrangements.

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Sheffield Telegraph Voices: Is enough being done to help our young people with their mental health?

Four columnists have given their views on the question: Is enough being done to help Sheffield's young people with their mental health?

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Doncaster schoolboy becomes golf champion

A Doncaster schoolboy has gone a ‘fair way’ in the world of golf.

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Hotel help to boost enterprise at Communication Specialist College Doncaster

From fundraising to supporting enterprise Mount Pleasant Hotel have been a great partner to Doncaster Deaf Trust and Communication Specialist College Doncaster (CSCD) for almost two years.

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Doncaster student wins place at prestigious US university

A Doncaster student has won a prestigious place at an American university.

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Doncaster schools to share £25 million to boost pupil literacy

Schools in Doncaster are set to share £25 million to increase pupils’ literacy and numeracy skills, the Government has announced today.
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International students boosted Sheffield Central's economy by £226m in one year, research shows

Sheffield Central's international students boosted its economy by £226million in 2015/16 - the most of any constituency in the country, new research has shown.

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Over 50 teachers in Doncaster have gone on long-term stress leave in the past 12 months, new figures have revealed.

'Impossible pressures' blamed for the 52 Doncaster teachers on long-term stress leave

Over 50 teachers in Doncaster have gone on long-term stress leave in the past 12 months, new figures have revealed.

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Sheffield College chairman steps down - just two months after resignation of chief executive

The Chairman of the Governing Body at Sheffield College has stepped down from the role, just two months after its chief executive resigned with immediate effect.

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Thieves targeted Pipworth Community Primary School between January 10 and January 11

Two Sheffield primary schools targeted by thieves by on same night

Medical supplies and martial arts equipment are among the items stolen from two Sheffield primary schools that were broken into on the same night.
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Student visits Japanese beauty college after winning a gold medal

Rotherham College’s Hair and Media Make-up student Emily Smith was chosen to take part in a trip to a Japanese beauty college after winning a gold medal at World Skills UK last year.

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Sheffield College students recently took part in a voter registration campaign involving local MP Louise Haigh

Students back younger voting age in mock college election

Sheffield College students have had the chance to take part in a mock election proposing to lower the voting age to 16.

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More school places could be created in Doncaster

Plans drawn up for more more Doncaster school places

Education bosses are drawing up plans to create new school places to deal with concerns over rising populations in expanding Doncaster villages.

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Pupils from Oakwood High School, on Moorgate Road in Rotherham, filled 136 shoeboxes with essential toiletries, clothing and nonperishable food and then gave them to  local charity Shiloh, which offers support for  adults in need. Pupils are pictured with some of the shoeboxes.

Pupils’ gifts bring joy to the homeless

Kind-hearted students have helped the homeless by donating over 100 boxes of toiletries and food to charity.

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College raises money in memory of South Yorkshire student who passed away

Students and staff at Dearne Valley College held a charity football tournament and fundraiser in memory of sports student Curtis Allen, who sadly passed away earlier this year.

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Petite Doncaster teenager is punching above her weight to prove she can fight with the best in Europe

A petite teenager is punching above her weight to prove she can fight with the best in Europe.

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College has its own World Skills UK hero

North Lindsey College has its very own WorldSkills UK Local Hero.

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Ofsted names Doncaster schools who have not been 'good' for 10 years

Three Doncaster schools have failed to achieve a 'good' inspection rating for 10 years, it has emerged.

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Champion cyclist inspires South Yorkshire students

World cycling champion, Anthony Gill, visited Sport students at Barnsley College to talk about his extensive career in British cycling.

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