DNA – “An Outstanding Performance”

After weeks of rehearsals, Thrybergh Drama Department was finally able to put on a live performance of Dennis Kelly’s dark comedy ‘DNA’. This was the first school show in three years due to the pandemic and was a welcome return for the department. The cast of  Y9-Y11 students were outstanding and they all worked incredibly […]

Bronze Arts Award – Easter Holidays Opportunity

Children’s Capital of Culture are running a workshop programme during the Easter holidays. On Tuesday 19th, Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st April 2022, there is a free Bronze Arts Award programme at Rotherham Civic Theatre for 12 to 15 year olds. The programme gives young people the opportunity to work alongside professional artists whilst taking part in […]

Tie It Up Theatre Performance

On Monday our Y9 and Y10 Drama students watched the amazing ‘Tie It Up Theatre’ perform the new GCSE set text ‘I Love You Mum, I Promise I Won’t Die’. The play tells the true and tragic story of the devastating effects that drugs can have on young people, their family and friends.  After the performance […]

Y6 Open Evening: Murder Mystery at Thrybergh

Moving to secondary school is a very important stage in the life of your child. You will, undoubtedly, want to feel comfortable with the way that the new school operates, and the values that it represents. With this in mind, we’d like to invite you into school to take part in our Y6 Transition Evening […]

Y8 Effort Ranking

This week the students with the highest effort ranking in Y8 were awarded their certificates. The following students demonstrate ‘The Thrybergh Way’ in all of their lessons and we are very proud of them. 1st Patricia Zujeva Top 10 Alfie Beresford-Green, Billy Fletcher, Jacob Hinchliffe, Olivia Horton, Summer Leigh Irwin, Niamh Murray, Brogan Roberts, Lewis […]

Y8&9 Options Process Update

During the GCSE options process, students are provided with an options booklet and are emailed an online options form to complete. The options booklet provides information for each subject delivered at Key Stage 4, detailing the course content, the skills gained, and what assessment methods are used. Year 8 Options This year the options process has […]

Thrybergh Pledges

Congratulations to all students who have received their Thrybergh Pledge badges last week during assemblies. More information on the Thrybergh Pledges can be found at https://www.thrybergh.com/the-school/thrybergh-pledges/

INTO Film Club!

This week’s Film Club Cinema Special proved immensely popular with over 25 students gathering in DR1 to watch the new Disney film ‘Encanto’. Free popcorn was available and singing along was advised! Film Club will return after half term so keep your eyes peeled for what film will be screened next.

Red Nose Day 2022

For Comic Relief this year, students took part in a few fundraising activities around the school, Hot Chocolate, whipped cream and marshmallows, Just Dance, and a Penalty Shootout challenge! Thank you to everyone who helped us raise £102 for this very worthy cause.

Y9 Top 20 Effort Ranking

Congratulations to the following Y9 students who have made it into our Top 20 effort rankings. Y9 Top 20 Effort Rankings Jack A, Declan B, Eve C, Kelsey D, Ruby D, Katie E, Macy F, Lexi F, Rebekah G, Riley H, Ben K, Megan M, Reece M, Lainey M, Eleanor M, Izabela S, Freya S, […]