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Welcome to our school website, at St Thomas More Catholic Primary School we provide a welcoming and safe learning environment, one in which the talents of all children and staff are recognised and developed to the full. The children enjoy the learning process and are guided by caring, enthusiastic and highly motivated staff. 

Our aim is to give each child the opportunity to achieve the highest possible standards. We encourage a positive attitude across the school and an environment where each child can strive to achieve their personal best. The school is calm, ordered and united by a shared mission to:

 “Share the light of Jesus, by learning and caring for others.”


Our school church is St Thomas More and St John Fisher on Well Hall Road.  Families and visitors are welcome to attend Masses held there by Fr Richard.

Thank you to all of the parents who took the time to complete a survey in 2019. It is so important that we get a true feeling of how the parents and families feel the school is performing in looking after and educating your children.  The School Council meets regularly with me to let me know how the children are feeling about their school. We welcome all feedback as if there are any consistent issues then that is something we would seek to improve.

Please click on the link below to view the results on the left and the latest letter from our Chair of Governors, Craig Cabell on the right.

      Mr Jamieson                                                                                                                                                                                   Head of School               









Click here for an outline of our ethos and values

We are an Outstanding Catholic School. It is official. The Denominational Inspection Report from their visit in April 2018 has just been published. Read more here.


For any enquiries please contact the SAO, Mrs Power at the address shown below:




The school is closed Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd April. It will be open once more from Monday 6th April for the children of keyworkers who cannot keep them home. Where possible we are advising families to stay safe and keep their children at home as per Government guidelines.  Please check the "Learning at Home" box below for regular updates.                   

Key worker letter                               


                                                                               Guidance for parents to support children                                                                         learning from home                         

                                                                  Learning at Home