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Thirsk School

& Sixth Form College

    Latest News

    Latest news from Thirsk School
    • Visit from local MP


      On Friday 6th October we welcomed our local MP, Kevin Hollinrake, to speak to our sixth form.

    • Schools' Mace competition


      Following their success in the ESU's Schools' Mace competition, our debating team now feature in this year's advert. 

    • *CANCELLED* - A Night of Music, Tapas and Dancing


      Unfortunately, due to lack of ticket sales, our Spanish-themed charity ball has had to be cancelled.

    • A-Level Art students honoured in exhibition


      Work by four of our A-level Art students has been selected for awards in a local exhibition.

    • Head Teacher's Challenge Walk


      On Saturday 30th September our new Year 7s took part in a challenging nine-mile walk around beautiful Sutton Bank.

    • Congratulations to Year 11 on another set of strong GCSE results


      Zoe Treasure and Amelia Foxley receiving their fantastic GCSE results

    • Continued A level Success at Thirsk School and Sixth Form College


      The photo shows Matthew Mason (A*A A B) and his brother Daniel (A*A A), who will both be taking up places at Bath University. Daniel will be reading Chemistry and Matthew will be reading Physics. They are a part of the Sixth Form's fantastic set of A-level results. 45 % of grades were the top A*-B grades. Over 95% of students gained places at the university of their choice.

       

    • Deer Shed Festival


      A group of Year 7, 8 and 9 students have been very busy making art work for this year's Deer Shed Festival.

    • County Music Ensembles


      Our students have taken part in the North Yorkshire County Youth Choir and Music Ensembles this week.

    • Hambleton Business Awards


      Congratulations to our Careers staff on being nominated for a Hambleton Business Award.

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