Sheffield MP backs move to overturn plans which could see 7,000 city children miss out on free school meals

A Sheffield MP has backed a move to overturn Government plans that could mean more than 7,000 city children miss out on free school meals.

Stuart Green, pictured at the Leopold Hotel, Sheffield. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP Green MC 3

WE ARE SHEFFIELD: “Our school had great success - we punched way above our weight”

Stuart Green keeps alive the legacy of one of Sheffield’s most important educational institutions.


Double win for Sheffield students awarded internships with renowned fashion designer

Two fashion design students have secured internships with Vivienne Westwood following collaboration between the globally renowned fashion designer and Sheffield Hallam University.

Toby Mallinson, National Union of Teachers joint divisional secretary for Sheffield

Union chief calls for teachers to unite in fight for better funding for Sheffield schools

Teachers and school leaders must campaign and make their voices heard if education is to improve in Sheffield, a union chief has said.

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Lamb Setts Montessori Nursery in Mosborough

Sheffield nursery closed as Ofsted investigates potential 'risk of harm' to children

A nursery in Sheffield has been forced to close as Ofsted continues to investigate complaints about the restraint of children.

Meadowhead School, in Meadowhead

Retirement of headteacher sparks search for new leader at Sheffield secondary school

A search has begun for a new headteacher at a Sheffield secondary school.

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Members of the University and College Union will walk out at the University of Sheffield on Thursday

University of Sheffield staff to begin strike action this week

Staff at the University of Sheffield will walk out on Thursday for the first day of wave of planned strike action in a row over pensions.
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Paul Whiteman, general secretary of school leaders union NAHT

Union calls for more support for schools after Ofsted raises concerns over Sheffield's high exclusion rates

A union has called on headteachers to be given more support after it emerged Sheffield has some of the highest exclusion rates in the country.
Chaucer School in Parson Cross is making progress according to Ofsted

Failing Sheffield secondary school takes another step towards improvement, says Ofsted

A failing Sheffield secondary school is allowed to employ qualified teachers - but only in certain subject areas.

Secondary school exclusion rates in Sheffield are among some of the highest in the country

Sheffield has one of the highest rates in England for secondary school exclusions

Secondary school exclusion rates in Sheffield are among some of the highest in the country - promoting Ofsted to write to headteachers.
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Sheffield nursery praised after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors

Sheffield nursery praised after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors

Staff and children at a Sheffield nursery are celebrating after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors.


£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.

A view of the new university green proposed as part of Sheffield Hallam University's 15-year campus masterplan. Picture: SHU

Sheffield Hallam University to spend more than £220 million transforming city centre campus with 15-year masterplan

Sheffield Hallam University is to spend more than £220 million transforming its city centre campus with new developments set out in a 15-year masterplan.

Students at Emmanuel Junior Academy, in Waterthorpe celebrate the Ofsted

Ofsted inspectors praise Sheffield junior school after history of underperformance

Staff and children at a Sheffield junior school are celebrating after rapid improvement has seen it land a positive inspection report.
Building work in underway at Handsworth Grange Community Sports College

Building work starts on Sheffield school's new £1.8m extension

Building work has started on a new £1.8million extension at a Sheffield secondary school.

Hollie Pearne-Webb, who netted the winning penalty for the GB Team at the 2016 Olympic Hockey Finals, tookalong her medal to inspire and motivate the Hill House School pupils in Doncaster.

Doncaster school pupils inspired by visit from Olympic gold medalist

An Olympic gold medal winner has visited a Doncaster school to train pupils and help them to improv their hockey skills.

Paul Stockley with a headteacher from one of the schools he visited

Sheffield headteacher calls for lessons to be learnt after finding similar challenges between UK and Japanese schools

A Sheffield headteacher has found similarities between the challenges schools are facing in the UK and Asian during a visit to Japan.

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Pupils at St Anns Grove Primary, in Sheffield, with the letter from Nick Gibb

Two Sheffield primary schools rated among best in the country

Two primary schools in Sheffield where pupils make exceptional progress have been hailed as some of the best in the country.
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.

Carr Lodge Academy, in Doncaster

New trust takes reins at Doncaster primary school following shock withdrawal of sponsor

A new trust in charge of a Doncaster primary school offloaded by a crisis-hit academy chain is confident it can repeat past success and improve the life chances of its pupils.

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