Congratulations to year 11 students on their GCSE exam results

In spite of the national drop in the number of students attaining A*-C grades in English and Maths, Thornaby Academy students and staff were today celebrating a significant leap in the number of students making our headlines. A record breaking 72% of students achieved the highest grades A*-C in English and 59% for maths. In ...
By Mr D Loudon | August 25, 2016 | News

New sponsor for Academy

A high-profile academy school in Stockton-on-Tees has announced a new sponsor for the next academic year. From September, Thornaby Academy on Baysdale Road in Thornaby is to be governed by a newly-formed Multi Academy Trust (MAT) which has been created with Freebrough Academy, in Brotton in Redcar as the lead sponsor. This MAT, which will ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 15, 2016 | News

Year 8 students – Sky Sports mentor – Amanda Coulson

A group of Y8 students worked with the Academy’s Sky Sports Mentor; Amanda Coulson for the whole of Tuesday 12th July 2016. They spent the morning learning about the six keys to success and planning a Rounder’s tournament for Y5 and Y6 students of Bader Primary to compete in during the afternoon. The day was ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 15, 2016 | News

Concerns regarding Pokemon Go – Parents/Carers

We have been made aware of some safeguarding concerns with a new App Pokemon Go. This App appears to be being used by adults to lure children to locations. More information can be found by following the link below:  ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 14, 2016 | eSafety, News

Village Primary school awards ceremony.

We are pleased to be able to host the Village Primary Schools awards ceremony this afternoon. Congratulations to all of the children receiving awards today.  ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 14, 2016 | News

U15 Girls Cricket Headingley trip

The Y10 Girls Cricket team travelled to Headingley Indoor Cricket Centre for some top class coaching with Harry Nicholson of Pro Coach Yorkshire Cricket. The girls spent 3 hours learning various skills within cricket such as batting and bowling in the nets. The girls were very lucky to meet Katie Thompson of the Yorkshire Diamonds ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 11, 2016 | News

Sky Mentor Visit – Amanda Coulson

On Wednesday 29th June 2016, former Olympic boxer Amanda Coulson visited Thornaby Academy. We were excited to have Amanda Coulson back with us for the second year running as part of the Sky Mentor Programme. Amanda delivered two boxing workshops to 40 eager Year 7 students who thoroughly enjoyed the session. “I really enjoyed the ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 7, 2016 | News

Year 6 Transition 4th-8th July 2016

We are looking forward to welcoming our year 6 students to join us for their transition week on the 4th July. A reminder that they need to be with us for 9am on Monday, and will finish at 2.45pm as normal. Every other day we will expect them to be with us by 8.35am. We ...
By Mr D Loudon | July 1, 2016 | News

Level 3 Bikeability Training for KS3 Students

During the week commencing Monday 13th June, six of our Year 7 students completed their Level 3 Bikeability Award at Thornaby Academy. This equips the students with the skills required to confidently take a bike onto the roads and to understand challenging road and traffic situations. During the course students have navigated busier street cycling, ...
By Mr D Loudon | June 20, 2016 | News

Ben Howard wins a competition to celebrate with the Queen for her 90th Birthday!

Ben Howard (Year 8) recently entered a competition open to all Sea Cadets which was to design a poster or write a poem responding to the question “What does the Queen mean to me?” Ben entered a poster and was delighted to hear that he had won the competition to represent the Sea Cadets at ...
By Mr D Loudon | June 20, 2016 | News

Timetable information:

05/09/2016 - WEEK A

Summer Term dates:

Thornaby Academy will close for the Summer term on Friday 15th July, at 1:30PM, we will re-open to students on Monday 5th September 2016.

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Our Values


Learning is the most important reason for being at Thornaby Academy


The intention to achieve is clear in conduct and appearance


Students respect themselves and others


Be independent and confident in  future choices with the skills to succeed

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