Welcome to St. Thomas More Catholic Primary School!
As the newly appointed Headteacher of St. Thomas More Catholic Primary School, it is my pleasure and privilege to welcome you to our school.
Our children’s personal, social, and emotional development is key and our dedicated team of staff ensures that their needs are met every day. We offer education to children from 3 to 11 years of age and believe that primary education forms the best foundation of child development. We understand how quality education through a broad and balanced curriculum empowers children, safeguards their health and well-being, and ensures that all children reach their full potential. At St. Thomas More we have a long tradition of developing children Spiritually, Socially, Emotionally and Academically.
As part of the Pope Francis Catholic Multi-Academy Company (PFMAC) our vision is:
- To provide a culture, ethos and practice that is distinctively Catholic, with the love of God at the centre, offering service and reconciliation to all.
- To grow, develop and continue to provide opportunities and experiences to encourage our students, at every stage of progress, to achieve their full potential, preparing them to face the future with confidence and a sense of their place in our diverse society.
- To provide outstanding teaching and learning enabling our pupils to become self-motivated, aspirational lifelong learners.
- To enhance, broaden and strengthen effective relationships between our parish, homes and school, thereby continuing to grow in faith and understanding together.
- To value all students, staff, parents and carers who attend and/or work in our school, whether Catholic, of other faiths, or none.
Thank you for taking the time to explore our school website as an introduction to St. Thomas More Catholic Primary School, we welcome visitors and look forward to showing you our wonderful school.
“The headteacher and her leadership team share their vision for the school effectively with pupils, staff and parents. Leaders have high expectations that the school curriculum supports the academic and pastoral needs of every pupil.”
“Progress for pupils at the end of key stage 1 and key stage 2 is strong. Pupils, including disadvantaged pupils and pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities, make good progress in reading, writing, mathematics and science.”