We were delighted to welcome back to St Thomas’ the George Solti Youth Strings Orchestra from Hungary for a wonderful concert on Friday afternoon. Joined by the Deputy Mayor, Key stage 2 enjoyed a fabulous afternoon of music and fun with three guest conductors drawn from the school! The youngsters in the orchestra inspired us […]
2019-20 has started! St Thomas’ is now an academy and no longer a Surrey maintained school. We are members of the Xavier Catholic Education Trust and you can find out more by following the link to the Xavier website. Our year has started with a lovely fresh new look in EYFS and KS1 with new […]
Two great weeks of learning. Everyone enjoyed all the activities of maths week and over 100 prizes were won in Mr Lewin’s Code breaking challenge. Winners of the Family Maths Quiz will be revealed at the Summer Fayre. Around the world week has been great fun too, a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our richly […]
Dear Lord, Let us shine our light for you this Lent. We all have special talents which you have given to us. Guide us as we follow your teachings and use our talents to help others. Let us shine our light for you this Lent. Amen. Follow this Link to our Lent 2019 page
A snowy Friday but lots of fun! Follow this link to lots of photos… Don’t forget the Snowman competition – build one, take a photo and send it in to Mr Lewin – hurry, the snow’s disappearing fast!
So says the Diocese in their most recent report on the school following their Inspection in November 2018. The full report can be found in the RE pages of the website or by following this link. Thank you to all the parents who completed questionnaires – they were overwhelmingly positive – and a special thank […]
Welcome back to the new year! All the children have settled in so well – including the newest members of our school family – it’s wonderful to see! Thank you to everyone who came to our Curriculum evening – all the presentations can be seen on the Year group pages under the Learning tab.
Follow this link to see the exciting activities and learning that we will be enjoying over the next couple of weeks in school with visits to The LightBox gallery in Woking to look at the work of Picasso, wildlife art workshops and presentations, tango and samba workshops and shows and lots and lots of great maths!
The Year 6 residential to Grandcamp Maisy was a huge success. You can read all about it and see what the children did day by day by going to our France 2018 page!
It was fun, fun , fun in Swanage last week as Year 5 enjoyed great weather and a great time on their residential. There were lots of learning opportunities helping their coasts topic in geography whilst still time for the odd ice cream or two!