Thrybergh Primary School has received the Gold School Games Mark for the last academic year, which is an outstanding achievement! This year, children across all Wickersley Partnership Trust schools have accessed the School Games, our inter-trust climbing offer, water sports and OAA provision, residentials and our sports leader programme alongside the curriculum time PE delivery […]
Foundation have recently had a Sports Come and Play session. They had so much fun with their parents and carers, they explored a selection of games from balloon tennis to hula hooping. We have some budding sports stars!
Class 1/2 have been working on our partitioning skills. We can build two digit numbers using dienes blocks really quickly. Some of us can answer missing number questions, such as – ?+6=36 or 20+?=28.
Miss Smith popped into class 1/2 to bring the award for this term’s PE High Flyer. Marshall was so fantastic at tennis, it had to be him! He got a certificate and a Wimbledon tennis ball. You never know Marshall, it might be you playing in a grand slam on the TV ten years from […]
Some great shared reading this week from Year 5 and 6. They paid really good attention to accuracy and fluency!
This week we have been working with Mrs. Khan on international online safety. We have been learning what to look for to make sure we are using secure websites and searching safely.
Year 5 have been using manipulative to get to grips with tenths and hundredths this week. Some great work exchanging hundredths and tenths. A great effort, well done all!
Last Thursday, class 1/2, along with class 4/5, showcased their dance moves in a performance for their families. Ms Bittles-Kincaid brought some amazingly talented students to perform for us too. All the children who took part received a trophy and Daniel and Nonhle received a 9-month scholarship to Saturday morning dance classes! We couldn’t be […]
Year 4/5 have been working with Mrs Bittles-Kincaid from Clifton Community School on their PE dance unit. They have performed 2 dances for their adults after school and received trophies for their amazing effort and participation. We are proud of our talents and achievements. We believed in ourselves and worked hard to perform to the best of our […]
After winning a climbing competition, students at Thrybergh and Foljambe were inspired about climbing. This opened up the career possibilities available linked to climbing. Students met Chris, an experienced climber and pot holer. He discussed the different types of rocks you come across, the types of equipment used and the importance of knots! We were so […]