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St Thomas More R C Primary School
St Thomas More Road, Elgar Road, HU4 7NP, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 354093

St. Thomas More RC Primary School


"Be all you can be"



School Mission Statement

St. Thomas More Catholic Primary School is a community centred in Jesus Christ. We believe that in the mystery of Christ, the truth about Almighty God and the truth about us as human persons is revealed. Teaching is permeated by the Gospel values and the traditions of our Catholic faith. We seek to promote a happy, stimulating and caring environment in which each person is valued as an individual made in God's image and likeness, with unique talents. The curriculum and activities of the school are appropriately framed so that our children may recognise their potential and experience success. The children will grow in awareness of their own role within the family, the school and society and be sustained by a deepening relationship with God and His church. We are inspired by the example and helped by the prayers of our patron, St. Thomas More.


Worship Teaching And Learning Relationships Individual Development Parish And Community
* To encourage an unceasing dialogue with God through prayer and liturgy.

* To explain that prayer and Christian Life are inseparable in development of Faith.

* To show how the greatest prayer is the Eucharistic Liturgy as the "source and summit of the Christian Life" (Lumen Gentum).

* To explain the different types of prayer:

* Adoration


* Thanksgiving

* Supplication


* To enable our children to explore "one to one" encounters with God through different ways of praying:

* Vocal

* Meditative

* Contemplative


* To ensure the curriculum provides a Catholic setting in which children can grow in understanding of the world created for them: To foster the skills needed to make the most of their gifts and talents and to instil Christian moral values.

* To communicate and share a Faith that is lively, articulate and critically aware - a Faith that it is celebrated in our prayer, our worship and lived out in our daily lives.

* To provide a broad and balanced curriculum based on current National Curriculum Orders with particular emphasis on literacy and numeracy, in order to raise achievement. High expectations apply to all learners who are provided with carefully planned and structured opportunities to reach their potential through suitable means of support and challenge.

* To provide a systematic programme of religious education in the Catholic tradition, suitable to the age and ability of the pupils.


 * To offer an environment where respect and tolerance for one another is the starting point of any relationship.

* To provide a model of moral and ethical behaviour.

* To set out and uphold behaviour policies based on Christian moral values of personal responsibility, justice, healing and reconciliation.

* To demonstrate that personal freedom is necessarily limited by the rights of others and the striving for the common good.

* To recognise every child is created unique, help them to develop their own special talents.

* To help our children grow in the dignity of God's own image and likeness in a relationship with Jesus Christ and each other.

* To care for the spiritual needs of each member of our community.

* To encourage each child to have a voice in their day to day school life.

* To develop an active partnership between home, school and parish to promote one ecclesial and cultural community.

* To care for the pastoral and special needs of our families in accordance with Gospel values and Catholic teachings.

* To promote service and love for those who have particular needs, both within the school's immediate community and those beyond.

* To promote and develop partnerships with our parents and


Half Term School Closes Friday 19th October 2007
  School Re-opens Monday 29th October 2007
  School Closes Friday 21st December 2007
  School Re-opens Tuesday 8th January 2008
Half Term School Closes Friday 8th February 2008
  School Re-Opens Monday 18th February 2008
Easter School Closes Thursday 20th March 2008
  School Re-Opens Tuesday 8th April 2008
May Day School Closed Monday 5th May 2008
Half Term School Closes Friday 23rd May 2008
  School Re-Opens Monday 2nd June 2008
Summer School Closes Tuesday 22nd July 2008




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