4th January - 26th March 2021
Having reached the end of our second week of lockdown I thought I would write to thank you for your support.
No-one is finding this situation easy. However, parents, children and staff are all doing a fantastic job.
Thank you very much and I wish you all a pleasant (though quiet) weekend!
Mary Jo Hall
The Home Learning content for this week can be found here...
12 Days of Christmas
See the photos from our fun Christmas activities!
We have reached our target!
Starting Reception in September?
All the information for those looking to join us in September 2021 can be found here...
View our virtual tour of the school and apply by Friday 15th January!
Mrs Head has left you all a message...
and see some Hula Hoop skills!
About Our Curriculum
Our curriculum is broad, balanced and creative. Teachers use a variety of techniques to ensure that both academic and life skills are taught and reinforced. Learning takes place both inside and outside the classroom.
Sports at St Thomas More
Sport at St Thomas More School is wide and varied. There are many sports on offer, some of which are individual sports while others involve teams. Events are sometimes inclusive while others are competitive.
We provide numerous morning, lunchtime and after school clubs catering for a large range of interests. Clubs are available for all children of all abilities.
We are now also providing Early Birds and Double Clubs every day. Early Birds starts at 8am until the start of school and Double Club starts at the end of the school day until 6pm. If you would like more information please contact the school office.
Children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 attend forest school which aims to increase the skills and knowledge of pupils through a child centred, holistic approach in the outdoors.
Children in Key Stage 2 follow an Eco Curriculum which again serves to teach the children about caring for God’s Creation and their contribution to the Common Good.
Our school is brilliant. I wouldn’t change a thing!