Thrybergh Fullerton C of E Primary Academy
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Welcome to Thrybergh Fullerton Church of England Primary Academy! We are a busy but friendly school,
Operating as usual
Today Year 2 explored Lighthouses during their Family Learning session. The children and their families had an amazing time with the family learning team. The designed and created coastal scenes and even lit the lightbulb with a simple circuit.
We have places available in F1 and F2 from September. Please contact the school if you would like to talk to someone about a place for your child.
Miss Tyson and art club have been inspired by the sculptor, painter and printmaker, Alberto Giacometti. They have created some beautiful sculptures.
Year 1 have had an amazing day at The Old Victorian Classroom.
Art club have produced some fabulous Picasso inspired art work this term.
“Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men” Matthew 4:19
Look at F2s amazing art work!
In RE year 6 have been thinking about people and animals that they have lost and made remembrance pots to remember them.
F2 had a lovely time this morning at their stay and play with their grown-ups making dragons to celebrate the Chinese New Year ￼
Some of the outstanding work produced by our children on display in their classrooms.
As a school, the children and adults have been thinking about the values that are important within our community. These are the key values that have been chosen by the pupils and staff.
Year 6 have created some beautiful Arctic inspired artwork.
Nurture have been busy creating space inspired art work and clay models.
Year 3 are logged on and ready for computing.
Year 2 have just enjoyed Godly play with Beth from St Leonard’s.
Class 1 had afternoon tea and a phone call from The Queen this week!
Class 4 have had a brilliant day at The Deep and have loved exploring the Oceans and seeing all the sea life.
Year 2 had a lovely day out in Sheffield at the Winter Gardens and the Millennium Gallery. A massive thanks to all our grown up helper. They saw some amazing plants in the Gardens and made clay tiles in the Gallery.
Which class will complete the most walks to and from school next week?
We loved our visit from Miller Bear this morning!
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust
This morning Miller Bear came to help us kick start Beat the Street
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust
Year 6 had a brilliant Nordic Walking lesson as they prepare for Beat the Street Rotherham to start.
Look at all our year 2 children who reached outstanding on our positive behaviour ladder last week! Can we beat it this week year 2?
Huge thanks to James at RUFC for getting involved in our after school club for the past few weeks. The children loved it! Rotherham United Community Sports Trust
Class 3 and Class 4 enjoyed a lovely Easter service at St Leonard’s with Beth our children’s worker.
Year 6 have been using clay to sculpt the heart.
Year 6 Scientists have been investigating blood flow through different blood vessels.
Children in year 2 loved their PE lessons with Rotherham United Community Sports Trust
We are having a great time celebrating World Book Day. Children and staff have dressed up as some of their favourite characters.
Nursery places available from September 2021. Call the office on 01709 850572 to book a place or arrange a look around.
Home learning boost thanks to local firm AESSEAL
Rotherham firm AESSEAL plc has donated £400,000 to the Laptops for Kids charity to support home learning for children across the borough during the pandemic.
The charitable organisation will use £300,000 to supply refurbished laptops to 1,500 households in Rotherham.
The remaining £100,000 will be used to buy dongles for connecting 10,000 households to the internet, meeting the total estimated need across South Yorkshire.
AESSEAL is a world-leading designer and manufacturer of mechanical seals and support systems. The company operates from 230 locations across the world and is headquartered in Rotherham.
Council Leader Cllr Chris Read was overwhelmed by the donation. He said: "This is a tremendous gesture from AESSEAL which befits their commitment to our local community and expanding opportunities for local people.
"I’m really pleased that the council is able to work alongside them and our schools to ensure that more IT equipment will get to the children who will most benefit from it. In what has been the most awful year, this is another example of how our community comes together to look after each other and overcome the challenges that we face.”
Our children have created some beautiful remembrance stones for this years remembrance display in school.
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