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St Thomas of Canterbury C E (A) Infant School
Sawyers Hall Lane, CM15 9BX, UK Brentwood
+44 (0)1277 223606

Welcome to the St. Thomas of Canterbury Infant School!


Welcome to the St. Thomas of Canterbury C of E (Aided) Infants' School website. We hope you find all the following information useful and that it starts to give you a picture of our school.

Use the links to the left to navigate around the website. If you still

have any questions after you have browsed, then go to the enquiries button at the bottom of the page, where you will find the information and address to contact the school directly.

We hope you enjoy your visit!!

The links on the left can be used to find out more about us.


'Information' should answer all your questions about the school, and contains links to the school facilities and profile.

Click on 'Staff' to meet the staff and see their responsibilities within the school.

'Curriculum' deals with the children's teaching and learning and keeps you informed of what your child is experiencing at school.

'Activities' is a section belonging to our very special friend Thomas the Bear. It has lots of fun things for children to do and read, help with their learning, as well as stories all about Thomas!


Within the 'Gallery' link we try to keep up to date examples of the children's work throughout the school.


The 'Calendar' gives you all those important dates, and is a good place to visit if you have lost your letter!!


Look in 'Links' for other useful websites.



a) to give children a sound Christian Education which will help them to develop spiritually and to foster consideration, respect and understanding for the needs of others, in order to grow into courteous, caring adults;

b) to deepen, through worship, the children's relationship with God whilst developing also their sense of wonder and reverence for life and appreciation of their specialness to Him;

c) to create a caring and welcoming atmosphere for young children at the start of their school career;

d) to provide a well balanced curriculum which will lay the foundations for developing lively, enquiring minds whilst encouraging responsible attitudes to independent learning and meeting individual needs;

e) to welcome parental involvement, because good partnership between school and home is essential for children's continued learning.





The School is extremely fortunate to have such a wonderful range of facilities.  Below are details and pictures of the school library, and links will take you to further information and pictures of other areas of the school, such as the playground.

There is also our purpose-built Early Years Unit which has been up and running since 1998. It is a large, stimulating learning environment with its own outside play area. It is a wonderful setting for young children to start their school career.

School Library

Perhaps our most ambitious project in the recent past has been the construction in May 2003 of a purpose built school library, complete with beautiful stained glass windows designed by one of our governors. Now the children go to the library every day to change their own books. The standard of reading is something of which we are all proud at St Thomas' and the beautiful new library gives us a central point where we can keep our wide ranging collection of books.


Mrs Hearn and Mrs Harries give daily support to groups of children in this lovely setting.





The Library also acts as an alternative location for small groups of children using our new laptop computers.

The stained glass windows were designed by one of the school governors, Mr Bernard Francis.


On this page examples of the children's recent work are presented.

The work is laid out by class; clicking on the links below will take you to the section you wish to see.

Reception C

Welcome to

Miss Cleminson's Class


Here are displays of the work done this year by class Reception RC
Reception T

Welcome to

Miss Tarr's Class


Here are displays of the work done this year by class Reception RT
Reception M

Here are displays of the work done this year by Mrs Medland's Reception Class


Class 1 E


Welcome to

Miss Elsip's Class


Here are examples of the work that has been done by class 1E


Class 1 N


Welcome to

Miss Nottage's Class


Here are examples of the work that has been done by class 1N


Class 2 / 1 C


Welcome to

Mrs Cumpstey's Class



Examples of the work that has been done by class 2/1C


Class 2 R


The work that has been done by Miss Robinson's class 2R is displayed here.


Class 2 T


Here is some of the work that has been done by Miss Towns' class 2T


In this section you will find links to the curriculum that the children will follow during each term.

These are grouped by Year Group and Term; please click on the links in the table below to go to the appropriate curriculum.





Year Group


 Term Half:

 Term Half: 

Early Years


 See Reception 




First / Second


Year One


First / Second


Year Two


First / Second






Favourite Books


Some great books

for you to read!




Early Years and Reception:


Things to Do


Homework Hints

(coming soon)

Stories about Thomas the Bear!

Links to other


(coming soon)

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