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Wake Up Wednesday: Free Speech vs. Hate Speech

Everyone has the right of ‘freedom of expression.’ That is the right to voice your opinions and share information and ideas with others. It is not the right to say whatever you want. We all have a responsibility to use freedom of expression properly: not Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: OnlyFans

OnlyFans is an online platform, created in the UK. It is free to join either as a user or creator, but creators monetise their content by charging subscription fees for users to view it. This content can take the form of photos, videos, live streams Continue reading …

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Year 6 to 7 Transition Form Tutor Welcome Letters

Please see below welcome letters from form tutors for students transitioning from Year 6 to Year 7. Please download the letter for your designated form group. 7G 7O 7D 7S 7E Coming soon 7R Coming soon 7V 7A 7N

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Results Days 2021

A reminder to all Year 11 & 13 students that results days this year are as follows; A-Level – Tuesday 10th August GCSE – Thursday 12th August Results will be available from 9am on each day and students should report to Reception. We will then Continue reading …

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A Mile for Joel

On Monday 19th July 2021, St Thomas More students took part in ‘A Mile for Joel’ by walking two laps of the school grounds. This initiative supports families who are victims of murder and terrorism. About Smile for Joel: After losing three very precious Continue reading …

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West Midlands Police Year 10 Workshop

Year 10 students have been working with police officers from the Willenhall and Darlaston Neighbourhood team. Over the last few weeks,  45, Year 10 students have engaged in work around healthy relationships and how to identify unhealthy connections . Thank you to PSCO Lall, PCSO Bowater Continue reading …

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September return and the reopening of schools

I am sure that you will be aware of details continuously published in the media suggesting a more normal return of all primary and secondary students to school in September. However, as detailed in the media, our return to school includes the voluntary testing of Continue reading …

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Thanksgiving Mass

On Monday we will be having a mass of thanksgiving for the end of the school year. We invite those who are working from home and members of our wider community to join us virtually via livestream using the link below at 8:40am on Monday Continue reading …

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CLASS OF 2020 To all students who left Year 11 or Year 13 last academic year (2020), your GCSE & A-Level certificates will be ready to collect from Tuesday 20th July. Due to current COVID restrictions still in place, we have had to wait until the school Continue reading …