St Thomas More Catholic

Primary School

Christ is the centre of our School community, where we live, love and learn together

News Updates

Proposed Admissions Arrangements for Academic Year 2021/2022. Open for consultation until 12/11/2019


Reception - Children to enter school through the main entrance by the school office. This will be for the first week only. Next week children will enter school via the Studio.

Year 1 - Children to enter school via the Studio.

Year 2 - Children to enter school via the main playground and go directly to their classroom doors.

Year 3  - Please use the Key Stage 2 door at the top of the car park.

Year 4 - Children to enter school via the main playground and go to the door by the Snug.

Year 5 - Please use the Key Stage 2 door at the top of the car park.

Year 6J - Children to enter school via the main playground and go directly to the Key Stage 1 door (to the side of the hall).

Year 6P - Children to enter their classroom via the external door on the ramp near the Office.

Breakfast & After School Club

We will now be using the huts (formerly Year 5 classrooms) for Breakfast and After School Clubs. Please drop children off and collect them directly to/from the huts where they will be signed in/out by a member of staff.


Pick up routine remains unchanged for the end of the school day. Please collect children from the playground.


There will be lots of staff available to help if you’re at all unsure.


Welcome Back!

We are looking forward to welcoming pupils back to school in the morning.


School re-opens on Monday 29th April at 8.35am


Thank you so much for all the gifts, cards and kind words from parents and pupils. It has been an honour and a privilege being at St Thomas More. I wish you all the very best for the future. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

Mrs Nash



Over the next three weeks, Mrs Madia, our new Headteacher will be spending some time in our  school meeting staff, pupils and parents. We hope that Mrs Madia settles in well to her role as Headteacher in our school from Monday 29th April.

Parental Consultation Meetings

We are looking forward to welcoming parents to school tonight and tomorrow. Thank you for your time in school.


ROSE on This Morning!

Our school cook made an appearance on ITV's This Morning today! You may want to watch her appearance on catch up!

Well done Rose for being such a star!



We hope you have a lovely weekend. See you all on Monday.


Thank you for your brilliant efforts. The children look great and have portrayed a wide range of children's book characters. Thank you

Letter about St Thomas More's results



We are sorry to inform you that this term, we will be saying farewell to one of our Governors - Mr. Steve Martin.  Steve is currently a Foundation Governor and also Vice Chair of our Governing Body, he has done a great deal to support the school as a volunteer and we truly appreciate his guidance and unwavering support.


Mr Martin, we wish you all the very best for the future and hope you will visit your St. Thomas More school family often.



We are pleased to announce that there is currently a vacancy on our Governing Body for a Parent Governor.  If you are interested in applying for the position and working positively to support our school, children, families and staff, please contact the school office by Friday 1st March to register your interest.





Your Statement of Commitment and Case Study have been reviewed by our assessment panel and we are delighted to inform you that St Thomas More Catholic Primary School  has been awarded an Artsmark Silver Award. Congratulations!


The panel has made the following comment about your submissions:

 It is clear that, despite changes in structure and leadership, your school’s recognition of the value of the Arts to your declared mission has led to significant progress. Your account of the benefits of listening to and acting upon pupil voice is very impressive and by starting with the children you have ensured that engagement with your range of developments has been strong. You have seen growth in children’s self-worth as well as their artistic skills and you have fostered staff confidence through CPD. Your range of offer has grown, and you have been alert to the need to ensure that opportunities in the Arts are open to all. Going forward, you might explore Arts Awards to further encourage the children to take ownership of their engagement and personal progression within the Arts. Partnership with the Living Arts Network has clearly been very valuable, and you should develop further partnerships with a range of arts and cultural organisations, to provide CPD and to collaborate in producing high quality teaching resources that have measurable effects on the quality of provision. You are right to look, now, to develop the cross-curricular links to the Arts. As you develop further, it will also be good to exemplify how the arts curriculum itself is delivered and how progression within the arts is measured. You should be able to evidence the effects of the Arts on attainment in other subjects, particularly where they support literacy, and on the overall development of the children, including their social, emotional and spiritual well-being. You have understood the power of the Arts and you have used them to empower children. It will be wonderful to see how you build on these excellent foundations!


Congratulations on your Artsmark Silver Award!

Praise Assembly

See you all at 8.50am where we join together to celebrate this week's achievements. All parents are warmly invited to attend.



Thank you to all the parents and governors who attended last night's meeting. We hope that you found it useful and informative. For further information  please visit 



Safer Internet Day

Today is 'Safer Internet Day.' Please talk to your child about the importance of keeping themselves safe on-line, not providing personal information and being mindful of what they communicate.

We want all our children to be safe users of the world wide web.


Anti- Bullying Week

The focus of our anti- bullying week is 'on- line safety' which ties in well with safer internet day on Tuesday. Pupils have been asked to design a poster, write a song. poem or rap . Some will be selected to perform or share at the Praise Assembly this week.


Please encourage your child to have a go.

The weekend is nearly upon us. We hope that you have a lovely weekend with your children. We look forward to welcoming you back to school on Monday for another busy week.

We appeared to have escaped the snow however it is still bitterly cold. We hope that the revised arrangements each morning help so that you are not waiting around on a cold playground.


Not long til half term - hopefully we will see some lighter and brighter mornings too!