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.
Huge congratulations must go to two members of staff from St Thomas More Catholic School.
As part of the comedy unit in Drama, Year 9 pupils devised a pantomime for their final assessment.
We celebrated World Maths Day on Thursday 12 March. However, the mathematics department have decided to challenge tutor groups each day with puzzles, problems and...
Seventeen Year 10 students were given the opportunity to be interviewed at Goals by representatives from Blakemore’s - Liz Bell and Claire Knowles.
The school’s Empower group recently visited a two-day ‘Brain Can Do’ conference which took place at Queen Anne’s School, a boarding school for girls, in Caversham.
4 Apr 2015 — 4 Apr 2015
16 Apr 2015 — 16 Apr 2015
29 Apr 2015
30 Apr 2015 — 30 Apr 2015
23 May 2015 — 23 May 2015