Welcome from the headteacher

Welcome to our school, St Thomas More Catholic School, Willenhall. Our community ethos is based on love of God and love of neighbour, we respect and help each other to be the very best we can. Visitors to our school always remark on how well our students behave and how polite they are. Our teachers work passionately to do their very best for our students academically and pastorally, we are always seeking to further improve. Exams are important but we also seek to provide enrichment opportunities including trips, arts, sporting activities within a framework of continuous spiritual growth.

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More about our school

Letter from the headteacher

We respect and help each other to be the very best we can.

Who was Thomas More?

Thomas was born in London on the 7th February, 1478. He attended St Anthony’s School in London, one of the best schools of his day, and as a youth served as a Page,

School ethos

We offer a distinctively Christian education in the form of a holistic approach to a persons development.

Aims

'To guide and encourage students to be responsible, caring and confident...'

Promoting British values

At St Thomas More Catholic School, British values are regularly reinforced in a variety of ways.

Pastoral care

We endeavour to support all students in achieving their maximum potential in all aspects of school life.

Sixth Form

The Sixth Form is a vibrant, exciting community which challenges students to realise their academic potential while offering new opportunities for leadership, endeavour and service.

Careers and enterprise

The school aims to develop responsible young citizens ready for the challenges of university life and the working world.

Partnership with parents

A strong bond between home and school is an essential part of life at St Thomas More Catholic School.

Facilities

Originally opened in 1973, the school moved to a new single site in April 2003 and boasts some magnificent contemporary facilities.

Latest news

School praised by Ofsted

Students, staff and governors at St Thomas More Catholic Secondary School, Darlaston Lane, are celebrating after receiving their official recognition as a ‘good school’ following their recent Ofsted inspection.

Busy in Berlin

St Thomas More history department leads fascinating study visit to the German capital.

Soaked

Mr Fearnhead and Mr Darby get wet to raise money for CAFOD Lent Appeal.

Statley visit

St Thomas More Youth SVP students meet the Mayor of Walsall.

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Prayers

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Latest notices

  • Year 11 GCSE Revision Timetable - Summer Term

    12 April, 2016 - GCSE revision timetable for Year 11 students

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Upcoming diary dates

w/c Monday, 02 May 2016
Mathematics: Year 11 Test 4 (Mock exam 2)
Monday, 02 May 2016
Bank Holiday
Thursday, 05 May 2016
Year 9 Parents Evening
Monday, 09 May 2016
Sixth Form art exam
Wednesday, 11 May 2016
Maths Primary Competitions
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Gospel Choir
Thursday, 26 May 2016
Mathematics: GCSE Exam (Non-calculator)

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