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|Motto||Achieving Starts with Believing|
|Department for Education URN||140254 Tables|
|Head teacher||Mr Steven Rhodes|
|Enrolment||501 as of January 2014 [update]|
|Previous names||Thybergh Secondary Modern School (1950s–????)|
Thybergh Comprehensive School (????–2008)
Thybergh School and Sports College (2008–2013)
Thrybergh Academy and Sports College is a coeducational all-through school with academy status in Thrybergh, South Yorkshire, England.
The school was founded as a secondary modern school in the 1950s,with its own buildings being opened in 1956. It later became a comprehensive school.
The school was awarded specialist sports college status in 2008, changing its name from Thrybergh Comprehensive School to Thrybergh School and Sports College.
The school converted to academy status in October 2013 and was renamed Thrybergh Academy and Sports College. On 1 May 2014, it formally merged with the local Dalton Foljambe Primary School to become Rotherham's only all-through school, catering for ages 3–16.
Since the commencement of Ofsted inspections in September 1993, the school has undergone nine inspections:
|Date of inspection||Outcome||Reference|
|20–?? September 1993||???|
|17–?? November 1997||???|
|31 March – 3 April 2003||Satisfactory||Report|
|11–12 May 2005||Unsatisfactory (special measures)||Report|
|21–22 February 2006||Satisfactory||Report|
|26–27 January 2009||Good||Report|
|3–4 July 2013||Good||Report|
|25–26 April 2017||Requires improvement||Report|
|15–16 January 2019||Inadequate (special measures)||Report|
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