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Wates Residential North and Rotherham Council build futures for local jobseekers

Published on Thursday, 6th September 2018 in Youth support news

Rotherham Council’s partnership with Wates Residential North to build 217 homes has resulted in employment opportunities for people in the borough.


Last chance to have a say on changes to early help services

Published on Tuesday, 29th May 2018 in Children and family care news

It is the last chance for people to have their say over proposed changes to the way the early help and family engagement services are delivered as time runs out on a consultation.


Rotherham’s foster care community shines in new video

Published on Monday, 14th May 2018 in Fostering, adopting and looked after children news

More than 30 Rotherham council foster carers, children, councillors and fostering team staff are appearing in a new video asking one simple question: Do you have the heart to foster?


Improvement journey outlined for residents with learning disabilities

Published on Wednesday, 9th May 2018 in Social care and support news

Plans to transform services for people with a learning disability in Rotherham are unveiled in a report that will be presented to Councillors later this month.


Children’s services to be accessible to families that need them

Published on Wednesday, 28th February 2018 in Council news news

Leaders have pledged to focus the Council’s limited resources on services for children, ensuring they remain accessible to the families that need them, rather than paying for under used buildings.


Apprenticeship programme creates local jobs for local people

Published on Tuesday, 19th December 2017 in Youth support news

Rotherham Council contract partner Mears continues to provide training opportunities for people in the borough and recently celebrated the achievements of recent apprentice’s at their annual awards.


Young Inspectors scoop national award

Published on Thursday, 23rd November 2017 in Carers news

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 last night.


Dozens of pupils attend anti-bullying event

Published on Monday, 13th November 2017 in Schools and colleges news

School children are doing their bit to stamp out bullying with a special event for around one hundred pupils at Rotherham’s New York stadium today.


Child sexual exploitation survivors nominate Rotherham for national award

Published on Monday, 30th October 2017 in Children and family care news

Two child sexual exploitation survivors nominated Rotherham’s multi-agency team for a top national award for supporting them through their court cases.


Blank canvas for children to “re-imagine” Rotherham

Published on Wednesday, 25th October 2017 in Youth support news

Children and young people have been given a blank canvas to help drive through changes which will make Rotherham more child friendly.


School pupils challenged to safety quiz ahead of Bonfire Night

Published on Wednesday, 18th October 2017 in Children and family care news

Be bright, be seen, be safe - that’s the message being delivered to primary school children in the run up to Bonfire Night.


More than 170 reasons for Rotherham’s looked after children to shine

Published on Tuesday, 17th October 2017 in Fostering, adopting and looked after children news

More than 170 of Rotherham’s looked after children and young people have picked up awards for their achievements at a glittering red-carpet event at New York Stadium.


Youth projects kick off thanks to Safer Rotherham Partnership funding

Published on Wednesday, 14th December 2016 in Community safety news

Young people in Rotherham are set to benefit from two new projects funded by the Safer Rotherham Partnership.


Rotherham gives red card to school bullies

Published on Friday, 16th September 2016 in Training and development news

Red card to bullies in Rotherham.


Rotherham children have better understanding of CSE after watching ‘Chelsea’s Choice’

Published on Monday, 14th March 2016 in Children and family care news

Ninety-nine per cent of school children in Rotherham have a better understanding of CSE after watching 'Chelsea's Choice'.

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