St Thomas More Catholic Primary School News
- How did Y1 get on for their Bun Day Sale?
Some yummy buns were had...
- How did Y3 do on their Bun Day Sale?
Hold on to your hats...
- BREAKFAST CLUB CHANGES
Please read about important changes to breakfast club after half term...
- Y4 Bun Day!
How did they do...
- Our Bun Sale!
How did Y5 do....
- Holy Communion Classes
For parents in Y4..
- School Uniforms
Important Information for all Parents...
- Our Bun Sale!
How well did Y6 do...
- The Friends Association has a Facebook Page!
Join the page and find out more...
- Adventure Playground
Latest School Calendar Events
- Y2 School Library Afternoon @ 2:15pm - 3:15pm26Mar2019
- Y5 & Y6 SWFC Environmental Afternoon26Mar2019
- Y5 Leeds Cricket Trip27Mar2019
- Y6 Engineers Without Borders Session27Mar2019
- Y6 School Library Afternoon @ 2:15pm - 3:15pm28Mar2019
St Thomas More Primary @_stthomasmore
21 Mar Y3 had an amazing afternoon @YewlandsAcademy taking part in the multi-skills event! The young team leaders that or… https://t.co/hWRunViJfZ
20 Mar Y3 had a fantastic afternoon in our new library - we looked at all the interesting books we have in there and took… https://t.co/JxJfx9ms9M
19 Mar Here are two of our pupils at the recent @SheffieldCU awards ceremony which took place on Friday 15th March at Shef… https://t.co/YfX5ZmMgVB
18 Mar Thank you to all our STM families who attended our Science Fair this afternoon! We had a fabulous afternoon sharing… https://t.co/wxpMdREIdS
15 Mar It's been a crazy day in STM! We've had our belated World Maths Day Drop-in for parents, Y1 bun day sale and our wh… https://t.co/iBLI8W5LxY
8 Mar Wow Y2! You raised a fantastic £89.33 on your Bun Day! We are going to smash our tartget for @SheffChildrens at th… https://t.co/MOouCIC2e2
7 Mar What a fantastic World Book Day! Thank you to all our pupils for coming dressed up as their favourite character (an… https://t.co/sXPyfdstz6
Welcome to St Thomas More Catholic Primary!
I am so proud to be Headteacher of a school that celebrates the uniqueness and dignity of each individual and where our friendly staff and school community work together to ensure that every pupil is enabled to reach their full potential. We have high expectations of all members of our school community and we aim to foster a love of learning that children will take to secondary school and through to adult life.
We are first and foremost a Catholic School. R.E. is central to all we do at St Thomas More and prayer and worship are an important part of our daily school life. Through living out our mission statement and ensuring Gospel values underpin all we do, our pupils are helped to develop an understanding of Catholic values and doctrines. Our children are encouraged to develop respect of self and others and use the basis that we should love God and one another. Everyone is made in the image and likeness of God, and has dignity that does not depend on age, race, gender, wealth or any other attribute.
As the first and foremost educators of your children we hope to involve you as much as possible in your child’s education. If at any stage you have concerns or suggestions please do not hesitate to contact us.