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Exam Results 2015
As we approach the 50th year of our school the pupils celebrate with successful GCSE results. 

  • 79% of the pupils achieved five A*-C’s
  • 69% achieving A*-C including English and maths.
  • An astounding 31% of the results were either A*grade or A grade.

The young people of St. Thomas More Catholic High School achieved an average of 8.95 GCSEs per pupil which is the outcome of their hard work and dedication along with inspirational and exceptional teaching provided by the committed staff at the school.

The governors and staff of St. Thomas More Catholic High school are extremely proud of the pupil’s achievements and more importantly of the God given talents they have demonstrated and shared during their time at the school. We wish them every success and happiness as they embark on the next step of their exciting futures.

Mrs Clare Hogg
Acting Headteacher

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STM School Bus Service
Sandbach, Rode Heath, Church Lawton, Alsager, Haslington
From Thursday 3rd September 2015 we will be operating a dedicated bus service for the pupils of St Thomas More on the above route.  This service will again be provided by Routemaster Buses.
Letters have been issued to those currently using this service as passes and tickets will have to be issued in advance.  There will be the option of an annual pass or adhoc tickets for those who only use the service on an occasional basis.
If you have not received this letter and application form please contact either Mrs Joy or Mrs Sellors to obtain a copy.
Latest Sports Results
Inclusion Sports Day
Huge congratulations to our Inclusion Sports Day stars for coming first!! What a great experience,
All of the pupils who took part in the Inclusion Sports Day involving secondary schools in the area, were a credit to themselves, their families and St. Thomas More.

For more on this story see our news page.
Wednesday Word

Wednesday Word – 9th September 2015
In this week’s Gospel we listen to a very short account of how Jesus healed a deaf man.  The gospel account can teach us many things.  On one level we are shown how Jesus was a great healer who performed fantastic miracles.  However every gospel account should speak to us today.  Today’s gospel asks us to consider whether we can be deaf at times to things that we do not want to hear. 

(23rd Week Ordinary Time) Gospel: Mark 7:31-37
Then he returned from the region of Tyre, and went by way of Sidon towards the Sea of Galilee, in the region of the Decapolis.  They brought to him a deaf man who had an impediment in his speech; and they begged him to lay his hand on him.   He took him aside in private, away from the crowd, and put his fingers into his ears, and he spat and touched his tongue.  Then looking up to heaven, he sighed and said to him, “Ephphatha,” that is, “Be opened.”  And immediately his ears were opened, his tongue was released, and he spoke plainly.  Then Jesus ordered them to tell no one; but the more he ordered them, the more widely they proclaimed it.  They were astounded beyond measure, saying, “He has done everything well; he even makes the deaf to hear and the mute to speak.”

  • Do you believe in miracles?
  • Why did Jesus ask the people not to tell others about the miracle?
  • Have you ever discovered something that you cannot keep quiet about?
  • Do you betray friends confidences?  Why is it hard to keep a secret?
  • As we begin a new school year, what can we do to ensure that we always ‘hear’ and ‘speak the truth’?

Dear Lord, as we begin this new school year, we gather once again as your community of believers.  We thank you for the energy and the spirit that you renewed in us through the summer holidays.  We thank you for the time to enjoy our family and friends and to reflect on what is important in our lives.  Let this year be marked by enthusiasm and love so that, with the inspiration of your Spirit, we may continue to grow in our faith.
Help us to fulfill Your hope for us with honest intentions and works of faith..  Let us be gentle with ourselves and bring laughter, joy and love to others.
We ask this in your name. Amen.

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After School Activities
  • Homework Club – All years, C13 (3.15-4.00)
  • Computing Revision – Yr 11
  • Volleyball Club – Yr 9 & 10, boys & girls
  • Drama Club 3.15 - 4.15 D19
  • BTEC Perfoming arts Prep D19
  • D&T – GCSE, Yr 11, D24 & D26
  • History – GCSE, Yr 11, D35 (3:15-4:00)
  • Geography – GCSE, Yr 11, D40(3:15-4:00)
  • Computing Revision – Yr 11
  • Core Science Revision – Yr 10
  • Homework Club – All years, C13 (3.15-4.00)
  • Latin – Yr 9, D17
  • Netball – All years,girls
  • Darts – All years
  • Y11 GCSE Music MasterclassD27
  • 7A & 7B Netball Tournament - Alsager
  • D&T – GCSE, D24 &D26
  • Homework Club – All years, C13 (3.15-4.00)
  • Badminton – All years, boys & girls
  • Computing Revision – Yr 11
  • ICT Revision – Yr 11,D36
  • Core Science Resit – Yr 11
  • Y11 Study Support Session
  • Homework Club – All years, C13(3.15-4.00)
  • Latin, Y10, D17
  • Hockey – All years, girls (3:15- 5:15)
  • Rugby– All years,boys
  • Indoor Athletics – Yr 7 & 8, Girls &Boys
  • Computing Revision – Yr 11
  • Additional Science Revision – Yr 11
  • RE Revision – Yr 11(C12-14)
  • BTEC Travel & Tourism (D35)
  • Hockey – All years, girls
  • Basketball – All years, boys & girls (3:15-5:30)
  • Computing Revision – Yr 11
  • BTEC Performing Arts Exam Prep D19
  • NON Uniform Day for Hope House & Peace Garden
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