St. Thomas More is a popular primary school. Informal visits, when prospective parents and children can look around our school, can always be arranged. (not currently available due to COVID-19). Full guidance regarding the admission criteria for St. Thomas More can be found in our admissions policy.
Click here to view the St Thomas More Admissions Policy 2022- 2023
Click here to view the St Thomas More Admissions Supplementary Information 2022 - 2023
Click here to view the St Thomas More Admissions Policy 2021 - 2022
Click here to view the St Thomas More Admissions Supplementary Information Form 2021 - 2022
In-Year Admissions (School Transfers)
St Thomas More Catholic Primary, A Voluntary Academy participates in the Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme for in-year admissions.
If a parent/Carer of a child on our roll wishes to apply for a transfer to another school, they must obtain a Common Transfer Form (CTF) from St Thomas More Catholic Primary. You can apply for up to three schools.
Parents/Carers should complete Section 1 of the Common Transfer Form and provide any other supporting information, prior to returning to St Thomas More Catholic Primary, who must complete Section 2 before sending the application to the Local Authority Admissions Team.
The Local Authority will manage the application on your behalf and will inform you of the outcome of the application in writing, within 15 school days including the reason for that decision. If it is not possible to offer a place at any of your preferred schools, they will give you advice on the statutory appeal procedure. Details of the Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme and how in-year applications are managed can be seen at: apply for a School Place
Families New to the City
For families that are new to the City, they should contact the Children Missing Education Team at email@example.com or 0114 2736462 to arrange an appointment to make an admission application.
Please do telephone us to enquire about admission to the school and discuss your circumstances. We do have places cropping up during the school year as pupils move between schools and locations. Sheffield City Council is responsible for co-ordinating the allocation of all school places in Sheffield.
They provide detailed information about the application process. You can access that information by here or by phoning them on 0114 2735766.