Message from the Principal/CEO

Linda HalbertI am delighted to have the opportunity to be the CEO of Teesside Learning Trust and Principal at Thornaby Academy, giving me the opportunity to work with such inspirational staff and students.

My name is Linda Halbert and I have been the Principal at schools in North Tyneside and Redcar and Cleveland for the last fifteen years. I bring experience and a proven track record of success to Thornaby, as well as the highest expectations of staff and students and a strong belief that this school has the power, and the responsibility, to improve the future life chances of all of our students.

I am clear that our core purpose at Thornaby Academy is to have the highest ambitions and aspirations for our staff and students, to ensure that we deliver quality first teaching and effective support to enable our students to achieve the highest outcomes.

Our ambition is for Thornaby Academy to be an outstanding school. Through working in partnership with parents and the local and wider community we will achieve this.  This is important to us as it will ensure that everything we do is outstanding for our students.  We are on a journey towards that goal at Thornaby Academy.  There is lots of very good and outstanding practice within Thornaby; we will use this as the foundations to build on.

logov2TLT_logo_strap-RGBPlease don’t hesitate to contact me if you want to know more about our Academy. I look forward to keeping you updated on our progress.

Mrs Linda Halbert

Principal/CEO

FREE Online courses for parents to keep your children safe

At Thornaby we are committed to the safeguarding of all children and if you have any concerns about a child, then please speak to a member of staff at the Academy or use the Thornaby Safeguarding email address: tasafeguarding@thornabyacademy.org.uk. To continue working with parents to ensure that children are safe, we would like to share ...
By Miss H Clayton | June 15, 2017 | News

Keeping Thornaby students safe online

Please check your child’s devices and make sure that they delete the following two apps. The police and the NSPCC have advised that both these apps could be used by sexual predators to groom young people and, therefore, put your child at risk. It is strongly recommended that you ask your child to delete them. ...
By Miss H Clayton | June 15, 2017 | News

Respect Day 5

On Friday 25 May 2017, students at Thornaby Academy participated in Respect Day 5. The purpose of hosting Respect Days is to ensure a whole school focus on key issues that are designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills and attributes to encourage students to be healthy, safe and prepared for life and work ...
By Miss H Clayton | June 15, 2017 | News

Important Information – Changes to Pastoral Provision and the School Day

At Thornaby Academy, we are committed to providing a quality learning experience for all students so that they are able to be successful, lifelong learners. To enhance the learning experience, we are making some changes to the timings of the school day and the way in which pastoral care is provided. Please click the ‘Important ...
By Miss H Clayton | June 13, 2017 | News

The Update Summer Term 2017

Thornaby Academy’s official newsletter, published in the Thornaby Pride, your community news from Thornaby Town Council is now available to read online. To read online please click the photo of the newsletter to view the PDF version. The Update features all of the Academy’s latest news including Welcome from the Acting Principal, PRIDE values, sporting ...
By Miss H Clayton | June 8, 2017 | News

Science and water : How do they mix?

Learning how science is used every day to ensure our water supply is clean and safe, a group of Year 10 students spent the day at the Bran Sands site of Northumbrian Water. The visit involved a tour of the site including seeing one of the giant water cleaning tanks that use billions of bacteria ...
By Miss H Clayton | May 22, 2017 | News

Showcasing ‘Summer Smoothie’ enterprising skills

Year 8 students participated in a ‘Summer Smoothie’ enterprise event on Tuesday 09 May 2017, in collaboration with Stockton Riverside College. Students worked fantastically within their chosen teams to research existing smoothies available on the drinks market, before creating their own smoothie brand, slogan, product, marketing materials and determining a selling price. Each team presented their ...
By Miss H Clayton | May 16, 2017 | News

Y11 Engineering student’s finished products

See gallery below for Y11 Engineering student’s work…...
By Miss H Clayton | April 25, 2017 | News

Respect Day 3 and 4

Recently students have successfully participated in Respect Day 3 and Respect Day 4, which are designed to equip them with the necessary knowledge, skills and attributes needed to keep themselves healthy, safe, prepared for life and work in modern Britain. Students had the opportunity to work alongside local and national organisations including; The British Red ...
By Miss H Clayton | April 25, 2017 | News

The Update Spring Term 2017

Thornaby Academy’s official newsletter, published in the Thornaby Pride, your community news from Thornaby Town Council is now available to read online. To read online please click the photo of the newsletter to view the PDF version. The Update features all of the Academy’s latest news including Welcome from the CEO, PRIDE values, sporting news ...
By Miss H Clayton | April 7, 2017 | News

Timetable information:

26/06/2017 - WEEK B

London Trip

Safeguarding

Thornaby Academy is committed to the safeguarding of all children. If members of the community have any safeguarding concerns, please telephone Mrs Clare Parker or Mrs Patricia Wilkins at the Academy on 01642 763244 or email: tasafeguarding@thornabyacademy.org.uk

Please see our Safeguarding webpage for information and guidance e.g. about keeping your child safe and e-safety tips.

CEOP

ParentInfo has been developed by Parentzone in collaboration with CEOP, to provide high quality information to parents and carers about their children's wellbeing and resilience. It also includes important advice on how best to keep children safe whilst online.

Parent Info

Please click the image below to visit the Stockton-On-Tees Prevent website.

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Our Values

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PRSENTATION
RESPECT
INDEPENDENCE
DETERMINATION
EXCELLENCE

For more information about our values please click here.