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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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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.

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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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Isle schools to share £150k of funding

Isle schools to share £150k of funding

Schools in the Isle are amongst those set to benefit from funding to support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

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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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Doncaster schoolboy becomes golf champion

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

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Student Lewis. (AntonyoxleyPhotography)

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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Wales High School (photo: Google)

Novice music teacher who admitted briefly kissing South Yorkshire school pupil is spared a ban

A novice music teacher in South Yorkshire who admitted getting too friendly with sixth form students and briefly kissing one has been spared a ban.
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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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Yewlands Academy in Sheffield was one of 21 schools left in the lurch when Wakefield City Academies Trust collapsed

New sponsors confirmed for South Yorkshire schools left in lurch by trust's collapse

New sponsors have been approved to run schools in South Yorkshire which were left in the lurch when the trust running them collapsed.
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Students at Communication Specialist College have successfully restored a classic van in four months, ready so it can be used at a garden centre to serve refreshments.

Classic van is back to its best thanks to Doncaster students

Students at a Doncaster college have successfully restored a classic van in four months, ready so it can be used at a garden centre.

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Ann-Marie Mason has been appointed at Castle Academy, in Conisbrough

Headteacher with 'fantastic track record' appointed at Doncaster school

An 'exemplary leader' has been appointed as headteacher at a Doncaster primary school.

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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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Robin Erithacus rubecula, sitting in grass, March

Eagle-eyed Sheffield pupils take part in the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey

Blackbirds and robins are at the top of the checklist for school children as the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey begins.

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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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Hexthorpe Primary School, in Doncaster

Doncaster school ordered to improve after inspectors discover 'unsafe behaviour' at breaktimes

A Doncaster primary school has been ordered to improve after inspectors found a series of failings including unsafe behaviour at breaktimes.

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Thousands of children could miss out on free school meals in Doncaster

Thousands of Doncaster children could miss out on free school meals

More than 5,000 children living in poverty in Doncaster will miss out on free school meals if new Government plans are approved, a children's charity has claimed.

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