Dear Parents, as always we value any communication we have with you and welcome any information you are able to provide regarding concerns you may have. We would ask that this continues as it enables us to effectively and efficiently address the concerns raised. We would also ask that written communication in particular includes a contact name as this allows us to respond as promptly as possible should concerns be raised. Parents and carers are also invited to utilise the Sharp system available to students as this is another avenue of communication but again, in the interests of transparency and efficiency, we would ask that full contact details are included.

Friday 28th December – 9:00am – 2:30pm
Thursday 3rd January – 9:00am – 2:30pm
Friday 4th January – 9:00am – 2:30pm
Outside of these hours please call:
01902 365361
We are closed during Public Holidays

Please see below important downloads for the mock examinations taking place in November and December 2018

Mock timetable

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Revision planner

Year 11 revision resource sheet

As each school year begins, especially if your child has just joined us as a new student regardless of the year group, one of the many concerns you may have is will your child experience bullying and what should you do if it does occur.

As parents and carers you can expect the amount of homework your child receives to increase, particularly the further up the school they progress. It is an expectation that it is completed to the best of your child’s ability and is handed in on time. These after school tasks are not only important in allowing their teachers to be certain that they have understood what was taught in class but it allows your child to build upon what has been covered, discussed and explored.

“Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world” - Nelson Mandela

At St Thomas More we try our utmost to keep you informed of anything happening in school, by mail, text, app and social media. This includes (but not limited to) school updates, attendance monitoring, school reports and student illness.

This edition’s Good Samaritan is Charly who is in Year 9. Our reason for nominating Charly is because whilst eating his lunch recently in our school canteen he discovered that a new Year 7 boy sat near him was not eating anything.

Year 12 mock examinations will take place for all year 12 students week beginning 5th November.

Don't forget: Friday 26 October 2018 is a non-uniform day. Students are invited to wear a red item of clothing. Donations of £1 will be collected to mark 100 years of the end of the First World War. Money raised will be donated to the Royal British Legion.