2014 Sports Day
2014 Feast Day
- UK Maths Olympiad for Girls 2014
- Year 10 GCSE Review Evening
- A Level Results 2014
- History Trip to Ypres in Feb Letter
- Letter from the Conservation Volunteers about one of our WEx pupils
- Industrial Action
- Feast Day raises £1000 in one hour for the Diamond Riding Centre
- UK Junior Maths Challenge Award Winners 2014
- Homework Booklets
- Harry Potter Trip
Open Week is the week of 29th Sept - 3rd Oct (10.40 - 12.20)
Welcome to Thomas More Catholic School, Purley
‘2012 Croydon School of the Year Award’
Once again Thomas More Catholic School is delighted with its GCSE results for the third year in a row.
79% achieved a C or above in English and 70% achieved those grades in Maths; both subjects report achievement above the National Average for expected levels of progress.
Students exceeded their levels of progress in English by almost 40% and in Maths by almost 35%. Those are amazing results.
Students in Year 11 achieved 66% 5+ A* - C grades including English and Maths, excelling themselves despite all the changes to the exam system that happened this year.
There are some outstanding results from Monica Bambury who boasts 11 passes, with 4 A*s and the rest at A grades. Lauren Bradshaw gains 10 GCSEs with 3 at A* and others at A grades.
Head boy, Marcelle Rowe and Head girl Chante Leacock are jointly celebrating 17 GCSE passes at good grades between them.
Twins, Divine and Divina Mensa are delighted to be sharing 14 passes between them.
Head teacher Margaret Mulchrone says that once again Thomas More Catholic School has proved that it provides an excellent education for its students. Well done everybody.
Thomas More Catholic School is ‘Top of the Form’
Thomas More Catholic School is proud to boast 100% pass rate at A2 / BTEC Level 3 courses this year.
This year our Year 13 students have surpassed themselves and achieved the best results ever at A2 with 100% passes, enabling 64% of the cohort to go on to the University of their choice.
There were outstanding achievements from students like Andriana Omelyanovska who who did not speak a word of English when she moved to England seven years ago and who has emerged as one of Thomas More's top ‘A Level’ performers with 5 ‘A Level’ passes, including an ‘A’ in Russian and first rate grades in Maths, Biology and Chemistry and her Extended Project.
Andriana, 18, originally from Ukraine, gained three A*s and nine As at GCSE level in 2012 and will now be able to achieve her dream of studying medicine at University.
Some other students worthy of mention are Joyce Cowan, Daniel Mehretab and Cynthia Okpuru who also achieved 5 exceptional passes at A2 and Victor Gandra and Mahnoor Iqbal both with 4 passes at A2 all at A*, A and B grades.
Head teacher, Margaret Mulchrone, is thrilled to report these results proving that Thomas More Catholic School is an excellent school at all phases.
“Our students set their minds to succeed; they respond positively to the outstanding teaching at this school and are now reaping the rewards. This is an excellent school and sincere and heartfelt thanks go to all colleagues, students, governors and parents who have been part of its success story.”
We have achieved more top grades this year than ever before; 44% of the students gained A* - B grades, 76% gained A* - C grades and the number of students achieving ‘high’ grades at other Level 3 qualifications stands at 95%.
These are amazing results – well done everybody.