To develop a thriving, exciting learning community that supports our students and staff in achieving their maximum learning potential.
Our vision is to create a thriving, exciting learning community that allows both staff and students to meet their full learning potential. We want our students to become independent, curious learners and to be equipped with the essential skills needed for life outside of the school community. We aim to deliver consistently high quality teaching and learning opportunities across the school to allow our students and staff to meet their full potential. In order to achieve this, we have five school priorities.
To consistently deliver good and outstanding lessons in all subjects
To consistently provide good quality feedback to all students in all subjects
To be consistent in the setting of homework in all subjects
To further develop literacy across the school
To further develop the use of TAs in the classroom in order to meet the needs of all students.
Reminder: We are now officially "cash free" and no longer take monies for the school canteen, trips or activities etc. Please ensure you have activated your parentpay accounts. If you are having any problems setting them up or if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us via tel...
We were overwhelmed by the visit of the England U20 Rugby team that spent 2 days us working to make a mosaic and video around our core values of Faith, Compassion, Respect, Truth and Justice as well as redecorating the Sixth Form Common Room area. The official release of the visit will...
Chronicle & Echo Report: "A new leader has brought a new approach to students at Thomas Becket Catholic School. Ciran Stapleton joined the school as their new Headteacher just before the Summer break from St Joseph’s Catholic High School."
The number of students passing their GCSEs at Thomas Becket Catholic School increased by eight per cent on 2015's figures, despite tougher tests. Read more
Students from Thomas Becket Catholic School were celebrating this morning as they discovered they had achieved the school’s best set of results in recent years.
A total of 51% achieved a standard pass or above in English and maths. While comparisons are difficult due to changes in how GCS...
The Department for Education has announced that from September 2015, the Persistent Absence (PA) criteria will change from 15% to 10%. This means that any student who falls below 90% attendance will become a persistent absence pupil and therefore reported to National an...