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We aim to make St Thomas More School a very exciting place to be! We firmly believe that it is not just about what is taught, but how it is taught that makes a difference to the lives of our pupils. For a more in-depth description of our curriculum please click on the link: Curriculum Statement Sept19.
History: ‘It is evident that History enjoys a high status in the school. There is a very clear ethos of collaborative working between staff, governors, pupils and parents. They work very closely with the wider local community engaging in events such as harvest and other town occasions including Remembrance Day. Pupils are enthusiastic to learn.' Historical Association Quality Mark Report, October 2017.
French:Your school is clearly committed to developing and sustaining an international dimension to your curriculum and whole-school ethos, and you have active links with partner schools in France and Spain, which provide a sound foundation for your international collaboration and reciprocal learning about different countries and cultures.' International School Award Feedback, 2017
‘Your school is making links between French and other areas of the curriculum and is moving forward towards a more fully embedded approach in the delivery of primary languages. The quality of your international work is also impressive, as is the obvious enthusiasm and excitement of your pupils for the subject.’ Primary Language Quality Mark, 2017.
Inclusion: 'In terms of inclusion values and practice, the school is outstanding. The school has worked hard to develop strong community links and utilise these to create improved educational outcomes for pupil.' Inclusion Quality Mark, 2018.
Learning community: 'The school exemplifies a true learning community with staff consistently remaining committed to their own personal learning as well as the learning of their pupils.' HfL Joint Annual Review, February 2019.
To find more information about what our curriculum looks like for each year group please click here. For more specific information regarding our school curriculum please contact the Headteacher. For an overview of the National Curriculum please click on the link: Department for Education - National Curriculum.