Rotherham residents praised after drop in coronavirus numbers
Council and health chiefs have praised the people of Rotherham for following Government guidelines and helping to reduce the rate of positive coronavirus cases to 6.4 cases per 100,000 people.
Dame Sarah Storey warns parents to plan ahead to avoid traffic chaos at the school gates
South Yorkshire’s Active Travel Commissioner Dame Sarah Storey is calling on parents and students to plan ahead for the school run to avoid potential traffic chaos at the school gates when the new term starts in September.
Applications now open for primary school places
Children due to start primary school in September 2021 can now apply for a place at their chosen school.
Rotherham Council’s Skills Academy is now live
Are you looking for a new career and want to make a difference in someone’s life? Then why not apply for a role in adult social care?
'Back to school' Bus changes announced
Passengers reminded to think, check and travel safely this September as South Yorkshire returns to school and work.
Building alterations at Kiveton Park Library & Neighbourhood Hub
Kiveton Park Library and Neighbourhood Hub is set for an exciting transformation, with work starting this month.
Anxious wait over for GCSE students
The anxious wait is over for pupils, parents and teachers in Rotherham today as thousands of young people across the borough receive their GCSE results.
Libraries popping up in parks from Monday 17th August
Look out for our pop-up libraries in local parks during the remainder of August.
Social Distancing Changes on Flanderwell Lane Announced
Rotherham Council is teaming up with schools across the borough to put in place social distancing measures in time for the new academic year.
Council praises schools and students for exam response in unprecedented year
A-Level and vocational qualifications results for students have been announced today (13th August) for students in England.