St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

St Thomas More Catholic School

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Our Worship

All Saints Day Mass, Wednesday 1st November

Thank you to all those who read so well, sung so joyfully and members of the Lighthouse group who prepared prayers for this special Mass which was enjoyed by a large number of people from the Parish. During the service the Special prayer for All Saints' Day was shared.



Start of Year Mass. Friday 22nd September.

At our start of the year Mass at SS John Fisher and Thomas More Church, Father Richard blessed our children leaders; the Lighthouse children, the School Council and the House Captains. 



Crowning of Mary, Monday 22nd May


Thy Kingdom Come.

Join the global wave of prayer between 25th May - 4th June. Catholics will join with Christians around the world to pray that their friends, families and neighbours will come to know Jesus. You may like to pray the Novena.

 " We can say that God’s heart is touched by our intercession, yet in reality he is always there first.  What our intercession achieves is that his power,  his love and his faithfulness are shown ever more  clearly in the midst of the people."  (Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium 283)



The school celebrated Epiphany on Friday 6th January 2017,  in a beautifully decorated SS John Fisher and Thomas More Church. Father Richard reminded us that we should all use the gifts God has given us to be gifts to those around us, our school, our families and or community.

In October we celebrated the Holy Rosary and part of our celebration was to learning a sung version of the Hail Mary.

The school will next celebrate Mass for

Remembrance day prayers 


Remembrance Sunday falls on the Sunday nearest Armistice Day, 11 November, which marks the end of the First World War. On this day are remembered all those who gave their lives for their country, all who suffered and died through acts of war and those who were left behind to grieve and mourn. In England and Wales one Mass for the Dead may celebrated on this Sunday.

Year 6 have been studying World War 1 in class and created some art work to help them consider what it would have been like to serve as a soldier. Year 6 art work.  


O God, merciful and strong, who crush wars and cast down the proud, be pleased to banish violence swiftly from our midst and to wipe away all tears, so that we may all truly deserve to be called your children.

Roman Missal

Why are poppies so special? watch this video from the BBC. 

Year 4 have set up a Remembrance board to record prayers or thoughts about loved ones, they have opened this up to other pupils. 

                  Year of Mercy, December 2015 - November 2016

 The school celebrated and explored the gift of mercy and how we can all aspire to be merciful like the Father. Click here to read more about our celebrations and reflections.