COLLEGE MISSION & ETHOS

St Thomas More RC College is a group of believers, united heart and soul in a Community which recognises the worth and dignity of all people. St Thomas More RC College is committed to developing fully the talents of all its members, in Communication of the Gospel values of peace, love, truth and justice; in Communion with Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

Aims : There is a friendly and experienced teaching staff in the college that work together to support our Christian Ethos and ensure that each student is enabled to achieve their full potential. Our last OFSTED Report underlined the consistency of good teaching as a strength of the college and stated that pupils had good attitudes to learning and work and mature attitudes to education. We are listed in the Good Schools Guide . The curriculum management structure in the school supports National Curriculum subject areas, Religious Education and Whole School Development. All staff are supported by a Senior Management team. There is a strong team of support staff including teaching support staff, secretaries, librarian/reprographics assistant, ICT, ADT and Science technicians, caretakers, lunchtime assistants, cleaners and kitchen staff. The collective strength of our staff ensures that the ethos and values in our Mission Statement provide all our pupils with high quality teaching and learning within a supportive environment.

 

EXAM RESULTS 2016

St Thomas More RC College Hits Top Grades Again!

Congratulations to all our Year 11 (Class of 2016) pupils who have worked so hard to achieve such fantastic results this year!!

Recognised as one of the most oversubscribed schools in Greater Manchester, we celebrated yet another set of excellent results this year.

An impressive 85% of students achieved A*-C grades in English and 83% of students achieved A*-C grades in mathematics. 
Our top performing students this year were Lauryn Bromley-Pryce, Kiera Connor, Vassia Gkogkou and Rachel Weston, all of whom achieved 10 A*/A grades each.
Other exceptional individual performances included Hemanshu Solanki, Tom Pearson and Ben Keane who collectively achieved 23 A*/As and 7 Bs.
We are especially proud of is Jack Glaister who achieved 6A*s, 1 B and 3 Cs. Jack who has a visual impairment is the only secondary school student in the North West to have a guide dog in school.
Our Headteacher, Janet Burns, said “We are very proud of all of our students and are delighted to celebrate their well deserved success today. Our students have worked very hard to achieve such excellent results. We pride ourselves on our high standards and family community and our success reflects that special teamwork.”
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