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Walk for Water

We’re walking for water during Lent so that others don’t have to. We joined @CAFODSchools national assembly this week to find out how the steps we take can help bring clean water to communities. https://cafod.org.uk/News/Events/School-assemblies.

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Vocations Mass from St Chad’s

Mass is held at the request of the North Staffordshire Vocations Promotions Group for vocations to the Priesthood. This will take place at 9.30am on Thursday 11 February 2021, and will be live streamed. All schools and home school pupils are encourage to login at Continue reading …

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Be the light in the darkness

Wednesday 27th January 2021 is Holocaust Memorial Day. This year the History Department will mark this important day in a different way whilst we are working and learning remotely. Throughout the week we will share various resources for our school community to access and reflect on.  Be Continue reading …

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Praying for Unity

This week is the week of prayer for Christian Unity. The call to pray for the unity of the Church goes back to Jesus. His words show us the unity and love between Jesus and his Father; help us to share Jesus’ life with his Continue reading …

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Peace Sunday 2021

Peace Sunday is on 17 January and this year Pope Francis asks us to think about ‘A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace’.  Pope Francis calls on us to “strive daily, in concrete and practical ways, to form a community composed of brothers Continue reading …

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Thank you all our students…

We at St Thomas More would like to say thank you to all our students in Years 7 – 13 and recognise all you are doing to help those in your local community needing your help at this time. We are so very proud of Continue reading …

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Today we celebrate Easter Sunday

Today is Easter Sunday, Easter is the most important day of the Christian liturgical calendar.  If Christ did not rise from the dead, then all would be in vain.  Easter is the day we commemorate that occasion.  Click the link below for more information:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL8R158Ujp4 ‘He Continue reading …

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Today we celebrate Holy Saturday

Today is Holy Saturday, this is the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday in the Catholic Liturgical Calendar.  The day celebrates the vigil that Christ’s followers held for him outside of his tomb, waiting for his resurrection.  Fasting is not required, and the only Continue reading …

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