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Carol Service 2023

Stewardship - Being Responsible Guardians of our World. 

 

The children worked in eight groups made up of members of the different school houses.  They were allocated an area of the school grounds and spent the afternoon weeding, planting, cutting back and generally tidying up our school grounds.  The aim of the afternoon was to understand how care of our environment and being out of door are all very good for our well being and mental health.  Being responsible guardians of our world is also one of the principles of Catholic Social Teaching that we have chosen to focus on.

Macbeth - The Young Shakespeare Company (Seventeenth Year at St Thomas')

Whole School Display - The Carnival of the Animals - Autumn 2023

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Poetry, art and music created by each class, inspired by Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns

Sports Day - a bit of rain never hurt anyone!

Visiting Author - Chris Connaught

Hamlet - Young Shakespeare Company

Thank you to the Young Shakespeare Company for 17 years of outstanding performances for our school.  We love it!

Year 2 Book Cafe

Year 5 World Book Day Café - 2nd March 2023

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Year 5 enjoyed sharing their book menus at our Starbooks Café with home made cookies, juice, jazz and lots of reading!

Whole School Display - The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

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Christmas Lunch December 2022

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Open Afternoon - Friday 11th November

Author Chris Connaught visits the school

Reading for pleasure is so important to our education and well being!  

Listening to stories is key to our love of learning.

Singing at the Stag 10th October 2022

Our Key Stage 2 choir, performing at the Stag Theatre with Kent Music and local primary schools.

'Sing from your Heart' from Young Voices, Copyright © 2019 Jon Allen

If You Were An Engineer

As part of science week the children were asked to create their own invention for the If I were an engineer competition. They could invent anything, but generally they thought about things that would help those around them.

We are so pleased to say that this year we had some outstanding entries and have had a record amount make the finals out of all the schools in the South-East of England.

We had 8 Highly Commendended:

YR3 Alex "Automatic Pencil Grip"

YR3 Eliza "Konveyor Carrier"

YR3 Freya "Epic Speech Machine"

YR4 Camilla "Car Informer 2000"

YR4 Maks "Pain Reactor"

YR4 Jasmine "The Colourful Glasses"

YR4 Oran "Solarmatic"

YR4 Hattie  "Converter"

And 1 winner:

YR5 Winner Zavier "A Face for a Plant".

They will all go on display in an exhibition at Canterbury Christchurch University on 5th and 6th July.

Congratulations!

Sevenoaks Cricket Festival 20th June 2022

Well done to the children in the school cricket team who completed in the Sevenoaks festival on Monday. They were fantastic, winning the plate competition with 2 wins. Thank you to Mrs Rose for helping walk the children across and staying to cheer them on all afternoon. 

Jubilee Picnic 27th May 2022

Love2Dance

Young Voices May 2022

Cafod Walk Against Hunger 25th March 2022

Photography Competition March 2022 - Winners

Science Week March 2022

Letter Writing Whole School Display January 2022

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Gospel Choir Day October 2021

The Lost Spells

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Our Mission and Values

'Learning in the Light of Christ'

Read Our Values And Ethos

Awards

Trust Information

St Thomas' Catholic School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Thomas’ Catholic School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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