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Chaplaincy Team News!

posted 19th Nov

This Advent we would like to help the Salvation Army for their good work. They are collecting for children who would not get a Christmas present. We will be collecting these toys from the 20th November until the 3rd December. Here is the information from the Website. Please please help us!

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Congratulations to...

posted 12th Nov

.. the STM Rapid Fire Cricket Team who recently represented the school in a competition which took place at Fearnhill School. They came second in the competition and Ms Crouch said that they were worthy representatives of STM.

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Parents' Association

posted 12th Nov

You may be aware that Beth Corcoran and Louise Bye have recently stood down from their central roles within the PA. Although they will no longer be in the key positions, they have assured that they are happy to support the various PA initiatives throughout this academic year. I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for all their hard work and dedication to the PA over the past two years – it is deeply appreciated.

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Odd Socks Day for Friendship Week

posted 12th Nov

This week is Friendship Week at STM school. It is our way of focussing on the subject of anti-bullying and coincides with the national ‘Anti-Bullying week.’ The title for this year is ‘Choose Respect,’ a theme which is deeply embedded in our focus on teaching the children about good learning habits using the 5 Rs – Being Resourceful, Building Resilience, Relating to others, Reflecting on our ideas, and showing Respect for all.

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Remembrance Day

posted 9th Nov

The children have created a remembrance reflection area which is displayed in the sensory garden outside the main school entrance.

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Online Safety Award

posted 9th Nov

We received some super news during the half term holidays to confirm that STM has achieved accreditation as a National Online Safety Certified School Community. This award recognises our school’s commitment to creating a safer online environment for our children by implementing an effective approach towards this key issue. I would like to express my thanks to all the staff, governors and parents who undertook online safety training, especially Miss Gauld, who has led on this initiative. We will continue to use our knowledge and the NOS resources to support our children to make wise and safe choices when working and playing online. Please note that parents are still able to access this training, if you haven’t already had the chance to do so.

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Meet Our Wellbeing Champions!

posted 11th Oct

The St Thomas More Wellbeing Champions consists of a mixture of pupils throughout the school. The Wellbeing Champions will meet on a regular basis with Miss Newton to discuss the wellbeing of pupils and staff.

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World Mental Health Day

posted 11th Oct

On Tuesday 10th October, Early Years 2 and Year 4 did a range of different yoga activities together to support World Mental Health Day.

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Meet Our Chaplaincy Team!

posted 8th Oct

The St Thomas More Chaplaincy Team consists of a mixture of Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 pupils. The children are an integral part of supporting the Catholic Ethos within the school.

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