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Thorne Grammar School

Trinity Academy, Thorne
Established 2005
Type Academy
Religion Christian (accepts mixed ethics)
Headteacher Ian Brew
Location

Church Balk
Thorne
DN8 5BY
England Coordinates: 53°36′46″N 0°57′07″W / 53.61275°N 0.95182°W / 53.61275; -0.95182

Local authority Doncaster
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 1225
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Website

Trinity Academy is a non-selective co-educational secondary school in the English Academy programme, at Thorne near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.

It is a member of the Emmanuel Schools Foundation,[1] established by entrepreneur Sir Peter Vardy to educate pupils within a Christian ethos.

History

The school opened in September 2005 and replaced Thorne Grammar School, established in 1930, which became a comprehensive school in 1973. The majority of the Grammar School's building was demolished, but its war memorial plaque and window were moved to the new Academy building and re-dedicated. The main, Georgian style frontage of the school was subsequently converted into apartments in 2009, with new mews style houses built on the former grass tennis courts along the frontage facing Church Balk.

Notable alumni

Thorne Grammar School

Productions

Trinity Academy theatrical productions are performed by a various year groups including the Sixth Form.

Other Emmanuel Schools

See also

References

External links

  • Trinity Academy website
  • Emmanuel Schools Foundation website
  • Thorne Grammar School Alumni website
  • Thorne Grammar School Reunion website (4,400 members)
  • Trinity Academy Ofsted reports
  • EduBase

Video clips

  • Tour of the old school in 2005

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