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Admissions and appeals

Thank you for your interest in St Thomas More Catholic School. We are delighted that you have decided to apply for a place at our school.

Should you have any questions about the admissions or appeals processes please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

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Please remember that if you are declaring that your child is Catholic, you must provide us with a copy of his/her Baptism Certificate.

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Please be aware that there is no nurse available at the school. The school provides emergency first aid to staff, visitors and students for incidents that happen whilst at school. This provision does not extend to dealing with incidents which happen outside of school (e.g. accidents which happen at home).

Painkillers and medication

First aiders cannot administer painkillers or other medication unless these have been prescribed. They must be submitted to the school in their original, labelled packaging along with dosage instructions and a completed school medication form.

Student illness whilst at school

Should your child become ill whilst at school a member of staff will contact you if necessary. It is important that students alert a member of staff if they are unwell, and do not attempt to make contact with parents directly. Please ensure we have your up-to-date contact details. Thank you for your support.

Accidents and illness outside of school

Parents and carers are advised to use the following services, provided by the NHS, for incidents which happen outside of school or for ongoing illness:

  • Use the NHS symptom checker at
  • Call 111 for non-emergency medical advice.
  • Contact your local GP surgery.
  • Visit the Walsall Walk-In Health Centre (Market Square, Walsall WS1 1QZ. 01922 605730).
  • Visit the Phoenix Walk-In Health Centre (Parkfields Road, Wolverhampton WV4 6ED. 01902 444677).
  • Call 999 or visit a hospital A&E department for serious illness or injury, or when their life is at risk.
08:40 Tutor period/assembly
09:05 Period 1
10:05 Period 2
11:05 Morning break
11:25 Period 3
12:25 Period 4
13:25 Lunch break
14:00 Period 5
15:00 End of school day

Year 11 students have an additional period 3.00pm - 4.00pm, Monday - Thursday (Week 1), Monday - Wednesday (Week 2).


Our key information area contains documentation about how the school works and functions. Inside you will find copies of procedures as-well-as links to our Ofsted inspection reports so you can see how we are preforming.

Our school policies are our formal guidelines and proecdures that have been adopted by the school to ensure it's smooth operation.