Welcome from the
We are delighted to welcome you to the Thrybergh Fullerton Church of England Primary Academy website, which should give you a flavour of the the wonderful and amazing things the children experience at our school.
We are extremely proud of our busy, friendly school, and aim to ensure that it is a secure, inclusive and caring environment where everyone is valued and respected. Christian ethos and values are central to the life of the school and we strive to develop our children's spirituality through the awareness of Christianity, as well as other religions.
We are committed to providing a learning environment that equips and prepares our children for the 21st Century. We believe that everyone in school should enjoy their learning and feel proud of their achievements. We greatly value the relationship we have with parents and carers and recognise that effective partnerships are essential.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find the information you are looking for. If you would like to come and have a look to see what Thrybergh Fullerton can offer your child through a place in our school, then please give us a call - we look forward to hearing from you.
Hannah Lambert (Proud) Head of School.
Amy Gurner (Proud) Executive Headteacher
Reading Rangers class recently went on a visit to Pops Outdoor Adventure. We had an amazing time! We made pizza some delicious wood fired pizzas. We also designed, made...Read More
Year 4 had a lovely day at the Longshaw Estate learning about the Water Cycle and completing our own river study. Please check out the pictures of our visit!Read More
On Thursday 9th March, year 2 had an amazing time exploring lighthouses with the family learning team, during their Family Learning session. The children and their...Read More
We all had a great day during world book day. We had lots of children and adults dressing up as their favourite characters as well as carrying out various activities in...Read More
On Thursday 23rd February KS2 had a special visitor, Rotherham United Professional Footballer Peter Kioso. He answered lots of questions and gave us an insight into the...Read More
On Wednesday 12th January, class 5 went to the Science and Media Museum and we had a blast! First we explored the main room, where there were loads of different science...Read More
This week class 3 have had a visitor come in to talk to them all about the Earth, different types of rocks that make it up and the fossils that can be found in them...Read More
At Thrybergh Fullerton we are working hard to try to ease the congestion on Church View which creates difficulties for residents. This week we have had a successful...Read More
At the start of the year, Miss Jones usually takes her class to Doncaster Forest School, unfortunately, due to the current guidance we were not able to go this year...Read More
Beth, our Church children’s worker, has been in to collective worship to talk about Ash Wednesday. All our children had the opportunity to have an ash cross on their...Read More
Class 5 and 6 visited the Rotherham food bank and took all the food that we had collected. Thank you to everyone who generously donated good for us to take.Read More