Safer Internet Day 2016 took place on the 9th February with the theme Play your part for a better internet!
Year 7 used role play to help them understand the problems faced by St Thomas More and King Henry VIII about faith, family and the future of England.
St Thomas More Catholic School is pleased to announce the publication of our new dedicated mobile device app for connecting parents, students and school.
Following recent hoax bomb calls to schools, West Midlands Police is providing an update to students, their parents and carers.
Staff have followed the lead of students this week and, in keeping with our observation of 'The Year of Mercy', have brought shoes into school
On Wednesday 16th December, last year’s GCSE and A-Level students attended Presentation Evening
It is part of the tradition of the Church, arising from the practice of our Jewish forebears, that every 25 years the Holy Father declares a Holy Year of Jubilee.
Last week, all of the Year 9 German pupils went to the Frankfurt Christmas Market in Birmingham to sample the German food specialities and to practise their German language skills.
Yet again our Good Samaritan feature focuses on the selfless and altruistic actions of three of our students, two from Year 11 and one from Year 8.
As part of their studies on The Middle Ages and William of Normandy’s victory at the Battle of Hastings, Year 7 students were asked to create at home a model of a motte and bailey castle.