Sheffield College photography students exhibit at international festival

Sheffield College students are exhibiting their work as part of an international photography festival this month.

Stenden University students on island of Auenland, Leeuwarden, Netherlands - a teacher training college.

The Big Challenge: Learning through trial and error

There exists a famous Chinese proverb: tell me, I’ll forget; show me, I’ll remember; let me do it, I’ll understand.

Education Secretary Justine Greening officially opens Scarborough UTC.

Telegraph Education: Selection is the wrong answer to question of improving Sheffield’s schools

Parents with young children in Sheffield schools may be faced with a dilemma in a few years – will they try and get their children into a grammar school and possibly move house to be near one?

How a former lawyer, businessman and soldier left a legacy of language in Sheffield

How a former lawyer, businessman and soldier left a legacy of language in Sheffield

Modern foreign languages have been studied at university level in Sheffield for more than a century.

An artist's impression of Mercia School, off Cartnerknowle Road, Sheffield. Photo: Bond Bryan

BREAKING: Plans for £25m secondary school in Sheffield approved

Sheffield councillors have approved a plan to build a £25 million secondary school in the south of the city.
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More children have been given a place at their preferred primary school

Majority of Sheffield children get a place at preferred primary school

Measures to cope with growing demand on places in Sheffield are paying off as more parents than ever will be sending their children to one of their preferred primary schools.

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Christopher Holder, headteacher at Lowfield School

Inspectors praise 'no excuses' culture at Sheffield primary school

Pupils' attitudes to learning and a 'no excuses' culture at a Sheffield primary school have been praised by inspectors.
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Two new special schools to open in South Yorkshire

Two new special school to provide care for youngsters with complex needs are to open in South Yorkshire.
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Education: Why school meals policy is a grave mistake that subsidises the wealthy

Education: Why school meals policy is a grave mistake that subsidises the wealthy

Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn has promised that all children in Sheffield’s primary schools will receive a free school meal if he is elected as Prime Minister.

An artist's impression of the new school Sheffield Council wants to build on the site of the former Bannerdale Centre. Photo: Bond Bryan Architects

Secondary school set for green light

Plans to build a new secondary school in south-west Sheffield are set for approval.

Artist impression of the new Bannerdale School

New secondary school in Sheffield set to get the go-ahead despite concerns over contaminated land

Plans to build a new secondary school in Sheffield are expected to be given the green light next week.

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South Yorkshire students turn town into an exhibition space for art

Students have created an art tour of their work in a South Yorkshire town, including exhibiting at their own ‘Tate gallery’.

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Dig for Victory poster from World War Two. Picture: Imperial War Museum

Are we still digging for victory? Sheffield scientists measure the UK’s own-grown fruit and vegetable production

From window boxes and growbags to greenhouses and allotments, scientists need your help to measure the amount of own-grown fruit and vegetables across the UK in the first national estimate of the 21st


South Yorkshire female footballers through to the final

Barnsley College Sports Academy female footballers are celebrating getting through to the Association of Colleges National Cup Final after they beat Hopwood Hall College 7-1.

Pupils of the school with Andrew Truby, executive headteacher at St Thomas of Canterbury School

School wins cash to convert caretaker's house into nursery

An empty caretakers house will be converted into a nursery to cater for more children entitled to free childcare.

Sheffield schoolchildren draw their dream home in competition

Can you picture your ideal house of the future?

Labour councillors are calling on the Government to rethink its school funding plans

Sheffield councillors call for Government to rethink its 'divisive' funding formula for schools

Labour councillors on Sheffield Council are demanding the Government stop and think again about their funding policy for schools.
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Sheffield Hallam University shortlisted for two national awards

Sheffield Hallam University has been shortlisted in two categories for its excellence in professional services for the Times Higher Education Leadership & Management Awards - the THELMAs.


The Sheffield College announces apprenticeship partnership with Horbury Group

A leading South Yorkshire-based construction group is launching a partnership with The Sheffield College to recruit and train new apprentices to support business growth.

Artist impression of the new Woodside School

Academy trust defends security measures police want introduced at new Sheffield school

The academy which will run a new school in Sheffield has defended the security measures police want introduced there.

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