We’re incredibly proud again today at Thrybergh Academy. Incredible volunteers from Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue and South Yorkshire Police have all volunteered their time today to support #restartaheartday We also welcomed one of the Queen’s Deputy Lieutenant’s for South Yorkshire – Mr Dyson. We’ve trained 256 students in the […]
It’s Thrybergh Way Day! As part of the Thrybergh Way we take responsibility, we take pride and we support others around us. We are taking the opportunity today to launch our Equality and Diversity group to the whole school. We are looking for students who are passionate leaders that want to see a positive change both in school and […]
Over the last 2 weeks during PSHE at Thrybergh PC Plant and PC Beardon have been delivering workshops on Child Criminal Exploitation, and talking to Y7/8 students about county lines.
Dear Parents, On Friday 22nd October 2021, we are having our inaugural sponsored walk in order to raise money for contributions to charities and items of equipment for Thrybergh students. The walk is approximately 16km (10 miles) mainly over a footpath route, passing through the rural outskirts of Thrybergh, Thrybergh Reservoir, Old Ravenfield and Ravenfield. […]
After half term, Thrybergh Academy’s Drama Department will be starting its brand new club: Drama Club – exclusively for Y7 and Y8 students! This is a fantastic opportunity for students to practice their drama skills through lots of exciting games and fun activities. Every week, students will have the chance to create performances, meet new […]
Next week The Yorkshire Ambulance Service will be visiting our school to deliver face-to-face CPR training. The Restart a Heart campaign aims to improve cardiac arrest survival rates. Developed in 2013 by the European Resuscitation Council to encourage others to teach members of the public how to help restart the heart of someone who has […]
Thrybergh Academy is now officially a member of Into Film, a free film club where Y7, Y8 and Y9 students can watch and discuss films and take part in creating their own films.
Tomorrow (Friday 8th October) is non-uniform at school. This is in aid of Young Minds’ ‘Hello Yellow’. More information on the work they do can be found here. We would like students to bring a voluntary contribution of £1 for the non-uniform day. If students have PE they will still need their PE kit.
As part of our Wellbeing Week, we want to make you aware of the new app made available by Yorkshire and Humber NHS. It empowers students to gain support from professionals. Please watch the below video on RDaSH’s e-Clinic App for further information.
This week, we’re focusing on the wellbeing of everyone who attends Thrybergh Academy. Children’s Wellbeing Practitioners are a service funded by the NHS, who can help students get further support with their mental health. Please click onto the link below to view the promotional leaflet. View the leaflet here