Headteacher's notice - 8 May 2015

Election fever

This has been an exciting week. Some of our Sixth Form students have been able to vote for the first time.

We have held our own school election. We have also elected our new Sixth Form Senior Team.

It is a huge privilege to be able to vote; suffragettes gave their lives in order that women could vote in the 20th Century and Chartists did the same for the rights of ordinary men (not just the very rich) in the nineteenth century.

In this day and age there are still numerous countries where people do not have the right to vote. Let’s ensure that we are proud of our British values and we use our right to vote wisely. We pray that all leaders will rule justly and fairly. 

Dr S J Hatfield, Headteacher

Remembrance Service 2017

At 11am on Friday 10th November 2017 students and staff at St Thomas More paused to commemorate the First World War.

Anti-Bullying and Good Samaritan Week 

This week staff and students marked both Anti - Bullying and Good Samaritan Week in school.

MacMillan Coffee Morning

Staff joined together during break on our recent training day to raise funds for the Macmillan Coffee Morning.


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