Hannah Andrews, 7RBI, and her mum, Tracey, took part in a sponsored walk on the 7 June 2015 in order to raise money to help beat blood cancer. The event was organised by Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research and took place near Bromsgrove.
Olivia Hillier, Jai Muca, Aron Perkins, Hannah Woodhouse, Sam Lloyd are Year 7 students who take part in Literacy Intervention. They are currently reading and enjoying a story about The Willow Man, which we have adapted into a Minecraft version for our display. The story is woven around three main characters and The Willow Man. If you travel south on the M5 the Willow Man is near junction 23, the turn off for Bridgewater where the story is set.
Former student Scott Bradburn returned to St Thomas More Catholic School on 19 May to offer his support to three sixth formers who are interested in following in his foot-steps by training to become paramedics.
Mr Hesketh in the ICT department was joined by David Whitehouse, the CEO of a company called inLife. They are a web design agency based in Staffordshire who specialise in providing web design and digital marketing solutions. David started his own business after graduating from Staffordshire University and is still passionate about encouraging young people in to the web design industry and trying to promote the creative side of ICT in the workplace.
Birdie Green recently won a place on an arts course for talented students from Midlands’ schools. The course took place at the Barbour Institute in Birmingham. Students had the opportunity to make works of art and discuss the permanent displays with experts, looking behind the scenes at how a gallery is run and handling famous works of art.
On Wednesday 20th May, St Thomas More Catholic School took a Year 9 Boys/Girls Team to compete in the Team Sixteen Football Tournament. On this particular day, St Georges Park was host to the England Ladies Football Team, preparing for the World Cup – and they were visited by Prince William to wish them luck!
On Saturday 16 May, the Under 14 Girls Futsal Team played in the National Tournaments at the Futsal Centre, Birmingham.
Year 7 students of St Thomas More Catholic School, Willenhall have been learning about the Rosary on Wednesdays during Form Time each term. They have learnt about the mysteries of the Rosary which teach us the life of Jesus which Mary witnessed. A selective group of Year 7 students Alex Smith, Anastasia James and Callum Ferguson with Year 9 student Dominic Lockett made a presentation on the Rosary at a Year 10 assembly for 10MRS.
Year 10 art students attended the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham on the 14th May. The purpose of the visit was to make drawings and take photographs for their art GCSE coursework project.
Last Wednesday, 29th April, saw this year’s Spring Concert.
It was a fantastic evening of entertainment, with students from every Year group taking part.