parents - latest news
parents play a key role in pupils' progress at school and we hope that all parents and carers will be active within the school community.
if you are a parent of a current or prospective student at st thomas more school, this section of our website is designed to give you useful information on many different aspects of school life.
if you have a query that is not covered in this section, please email email@example.com or call the main school office on 020 8888 7122 and someone will endeavour to help you.
update to safeguarding policy
in this new era of living with covid-19, we have updated our risk assessment to ensure that we do everything that we reasonably can to keep children safe at school and to safeguard their emotional and mental health. we have recently updated our safeguarding policy. if there is anything you want to discuss in relation to these matters please do not hesitate to contact me.
tracy warriner, designated safeguarding lead email: firstname.lastname@example.org
letter from public health england
attached below is a letter from public health england with information on when to get a coronavirus test for you or your child.
notice re masks
as from 19th october, students are required to wear masks throughout the school, whenever they are unable to socially distance. they are not required to wear masks when outdoors. please ensure that your child has a mask, which should be blue/black or surgical. if your child has an exemption, please let us know. please see below for faqs re masks.
student arrival times if using public transport:
we have been asked to encourage all our pupils to cycle and walk to school to avoid the crowding that occurs on public transport. from september, if your child has to use public transport s/he should arrive at staggered times, by year group, as follows: year 7: 8.00 - 8.15 am, year 8: 8.15 – 8.30 am, year 9: 8.30 – 8.45 am, year 10: 8.35 – 8.50 am, year 11: 8:50 am; and year12/13: 8.40 to 9.00am. however, those who walk to school or cycle can arrive any time before 8.50 am. the school day will remain the same - pupils should be in school for registration and lessons will start at 9.10 am.
for more information on how parents can keep their children safe on the internet, please visit the following website: www.thinkuknow.co.uk