To our school today.
Come on and join our party:
It’s a special Christmas play!”
We warmly welcome everyone to the Friends of St Thomas More meeting on Thurday 14th September, 3:15pm in school, to discuss much needed fundraising events.
Wednesday 4th October 9.30am – 11.30am
We invite prospective pupils and their families to our Open Morning. You will have the opportunity to meet staff, tour the school and experience what happens during a typical morning in our school. Senior staff will be available to answer queries.
Children born between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014 will be eligible to start in reception year in September 2018.
We hope you have all had a wonderful break over the holidays and are looking forward to seeing the children on Tuesday 5th September when school re-opens for teaching purposes.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to change our cluster teacher training day to Friday 9th February 2018 instead of Monday 8th January 2018. This means that the children shall return to school on Monday 8th January 2018 for the Spring Term, instead of Tuesday 9th January 2018. The school shall now be closed to children on Friday 9th February 2018.
Thank you to the children for all their hard work and smiles this year.
Thanks to parents, grandparents and everyone who has given their support in anyway.
Goodbye Miss Cooper, Mrs Mowbray and Ms Dexter – good luck in the next steps of your careers.
An extra special goodbye to Mrs Dryden – you will be a huge miss to St Thomas More! Best wishes for the future.
Mrs Boyle, enjoy your well deserved rest and relaxation! Happy retirement.
And Year 6, we are so proud of you! Well done and good luck at St Leonard’s!
Wishing everyone a relaxing and peaceful summer!
The gallery has been updated with just some of what has been happening during a very busy term. Please take a look and enjoy the photos.
St Thomas More children were lucky enough to have Kim Clark in school today, a gymnastics coach who works with national gymnasts. Class 1 had great fun using a variety of apparatus to balance on and create shapes. I’m sure she spotted some budding gymnasts today! The children certainly had great fun.
Please take a moment to look at the Stations of the Cross images that have been created by children at St Thomas More and St Joseph’s.
Thank you to all who joined us in church on Wednesday.
We were very fortunate to spend the day with Adam Bushnell. The day began with a storytelling assembly for the whole school, which included some incredible acting performances from the children. Adam spent the rest of the morning inspiring our Year 5/6 class and he developed their writing skills within their World War II topic. Finally, it was Years 1 and 2 who had the pleasure of Adam’s company in the classroom. During the afternoon, the children explored storytelling and had huge amounts of fun with the Knights and Dragons topic.