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'Street talk should be celebrated, not snubbed'

Issued:22/07/10

Claims that the use of street languages in the UK's classrooms is breeding illiteracy have been disputed by a Sheffield Hallam University academic.Dr...



Project boosts maths skills for teachers and students

Issued:24/02/10

A maths project that finds the connections between maths and making tea has been recommended by the Department of Children, Schools and Families as...



China win for University

Issued:12/02/10

Ground-breaking work by Sheffield Hallam University in attracting Chinese students to its courses has been recognised with a prestigious award win.The...



Giving pupils a say on the state of school buildings

Issued:05/02/10

A network to assess pupils' opinions on the condition of school buildings has been established after new research showed that design and condition...



Great work brings China award nomination

Issued:03/02/10

Ground-breaking work by Sheffield Hallam University in attracting Chinese students to its courses has led to it being shortlisted in the prestigious...



New Olympic modules are first of their kind

Issued:12/01/10

Sheffield Hallam University has launched a unique set of modules in partnership with the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG),...



Sheffield Hallam students mentor local schoolchildren

Issued:07/01/10

Students from Sheffield Hallam University will mentor local schoolchildren and young people to encourage them to go to university, as part of the biggest...



Building a new network to discuss the state of schools

Issued:04/11/09

A new University-spearheaded network that has given pupils a say on the state of their school buildings has held its first workshop.The Facilities...



Segregating students could lead to inequality and...

Issued:23/03/09

Racial tension among young people is being made worse because of schools' admission policies which segregate pupils on social and religious grounds,...



Former Sheffield education leader awarded Honorary...

Issued:18/11/08

The man credited with helping to transform Sheffield City Council, its services, and the regeneration of the city, has been recognised with an Honorary...