OFSTED Inspection, November 2018


Read about our school full of “articulate, courteous and polite” students who display “excellent attitudes to their learning”. This is a journey of school improvement and we have only just got started.

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Highest number of applications for places in Year 7 next year since 2005!

Year 6 Induction Days - July 2017

On Wednesday and Thursday of this week, 210 Year 6 students arrived at St Thomas Aquinas School for their induction days. Some looked nervous and apprehensive with others being excited and jovial. It was fantastic to see an array of primary school uniforms with all colours of the rainbow at the start of the day. We opened the assembly with the simple message to ‘try your best' and ‘be the best person you can be' and the students certainly lived up to that.

The day continued in House Groups, where the Year 6s had an opportunity to meet all the other students in their form group. All students were keen to impress and took part in ice-breaking activities and other reading and writing activities to help them feel comfortable in their new school surroundings.

Lunchtime arrived in the blink of an eye. Once they had finished their packed lunches we managed to go outside for a run around in the glorious sunshine! It was superb to see our Year 6 students settling in well and developing new friendships together.

On Day 2, students had further opportunities to meet new friends and familiarise themselves with the school as they spent the morning with their form groups.  The day ended with all of Year 6 gathering together in the main hall to celebrate this new beginning with a prayer service and some wonderful singing!  A perfect way to end the 2 days.

It was a pleasure to be part of the day and we want to thank all the Year 6 students for the experience they gave us. We hope you are as excited about coming to St Thomas Aquinas School as we are to have you here. See you in September.

Ms O’Reilly
Assistant Principal

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