St Thomas’ had a wonderful night of music, song and dance. We enjoyed performances from years 3, 4 and 5 as well as the children’s choir and the staff and parent choir. The highlight was the finale when all the children in Key Stage Two joined together to perform a medley.
During this year we have been raising the profile of reading and storytelling at St Thomas’ by making our own beautiful books. The books are very precious as they tell a story about each child and adult in the school. Today we shared and celebrated our stories with our friends and fam
Today the children ( and some staff) dressed up for Red nose day to raise money for Comic Relief. Thank you to all who joined in the fun!! We raised over £300 for Comic Relief and our special cake sale raised £140 for Sante first Clinc, a charity who will be using it to buy much neede
As part of the ‘My Story, My History’ theme, Key Stage One looked into the future on Wednesday and thought ‘What job could I do when I’m older?’ The children came in dressed up as a range of professionals. As you can see from the photos they looked fabulous!
Well done children in nursery and reception class. The nativity sharing assembly on Wednesday afternoon was superb. We sang Away in a Manager, Silent Night and Walking in a Winter Wonderland and we all felt very Christmassy!
This week in our circle groups we discussed how we felt about collective worship in school and how we felt it could be improved. We enjoy collective worship because it is a time when we come together to share opinions with children from other classes. We also enjoy the stories that ar
We are delighted and very proud to announce that St Thomas’ has been awarded outstanding following our recent Ofsted inspection. The full report from Ofsted will be sent home within the next 3 working days. We’d like to thank children, parents and carers for their support during the