Policies & Publications


logoThe latest Ofsted Inspection was completed in 2014 and ranked the school Outstanding. The copy of the report can be found on the link below.

St Thomas’ Ofsted Inspection Report (2014)


Alsologo2 find below our latest RE Inspection completed by the Archdiocese of Southwark.

 St Thomas’ RE Inspection Report (2014)

Kent Catholic Schools Partnership

A Shared Vision and Strategy

Please see the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership website for the following Trust documentation:

  • KCSP Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • KCSP Master Funding Agreement
  • KCSP Annual Report
  • Details of KCSP Trust Members and Directors


Admission Policy Statement (KCSP)

British Values Statement

GDPR – Privacy Notice for Parents & Carers (KCSP)


Operational Policies

CCTV Policy (KCSP)

Data Protection Policy July 2020 (KCSP)

Equality Information and Objectives Policy (KCSP)

Freedom of Information Policy (KCSP)

Freedom of Information Publication Scheme (KCSP)

Health and Safety Policy (KCSP)

Parents/Carers/Visitors Policies

Admission Policy – Trust (KCSP)

Admission Policy 2020-2021 (St Thomas’)

Admissions Policy 2021-2022 (St Thomas’) – for more information on admissions please refer to Admissions section on this website

Attendance Policy (KCSP)

Charging and remissions policy (KCSP)

E-Safety Policy (St Thomas’)

Trust and Academy Complaints Policy Feb 2020 (KCSP)

Volunteer Policy (St Thomas’)

Safeguarding and Pupil Policies

Behaviour, Discipline and Exclusion policy (KCSP)

ST Behaviour Policy (St Thomas’)

Pupil Premium Policy (KCSP)

Child-Protection-and-Safeguarding-policy-July 2020 (KCSP)

Child Protection and Safeguarding during COVID19 (01.04.2020) (KCSP)

Procedures for Managing allegations against staff (KCSP)

Supporting Pupils with medical conditions policy (KCSP)

Child Missing Education Procedure (KCC and KCSP)

Special Educational Needs (SEN) and disability information

Whistleblowing Policy (KCSP)

The following policies and documents are currently under review and will be published shortly:

Sex and relationships education policy


Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011; it is additional funding allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years.

Schools also receive funding for children who have been looked after continuously for more than six months and for children of service personnel, and Schools have a responsibility to ensure that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most and the aim should be to narrow the attainment gap between these children and their peers.

St Thomas’ pupil premium report 2020


The government provides additional ring-fenced funding to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools, but schools have been given the freedom to choose how they do this, which we are required to report.

St Thomas’ PE and Sports Premium



Our performance compared to other schools can be found on the DFE website linked here.

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