Welcome to St Thomas More Catholic School
About our school
St Thomas More Catholic School is a mixed comprehensive school and sixth form serving the communities of Walsall and Wolverhampton.
Founded in 1973 by the Archdiocese of Birmingham, the school has provided a distinctive Catholic education for forty years.
In 2003 the school community moved to a new site, in a state of the art building, which remains exemplary in its design. The new school was blessed and officially opened by His Grace Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Birmingham.
The mission of the school is focused on the spiritual, moral and academic development of all our students in a safe, caring and loving environment. In this, we follow the example of our patron, St Thomas More, who remains an inspiration to our community 400 years after his martyrdom.
St. Thomas More Catholic School pupils have come up with their own version of the Great British Bake Off to raise money for Stillborn Awareness...
Britain's first Winter Olympic gold medallist in 30 years told students at St. Thomas More Catholic School they can overcome any obstacle.
Sisters are doing it for themselves at St Thomas More Catholic School with a self-help group aiming to build self-esteem in girls beginning their GCSE...
Darlaston teenager Joscel wants to help children in his grandmother's village in central Africa get as good an education as he receives.
It all adds up for top mathematician Jay who has reached the gold standard in the U.K. Mathematical Association's Senior Maths Challenge.