St Thomas More Catholic School, Crewe

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For other schools named after Thomas More, see St. Thomas More School (disambiguation).
St Thomas More Catholic High School
Type Academy
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Mr Edward McHugh
Location Dane Bank Avenue
England Coordinates: 53°05′15″N 2°27′38″W / 53.08756°N 2.46061°W / 53.08756; -2.46061
DfE number 895/4612
DfE URN 139764 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students 670
Gender Mixed
Ages 8–30

St Thomas More Catholic High School is a coeducational Roman Catholic secondary school for 11 to 16 year olds, situated close to the centre of Crewe, in Cheshire, England. There are nearly 700 pupils on the roll at the current time.[citation needed]

The Ofsted inspection of 2004 said that the school was "a very effective, successful school that is providing a high quality of education for its pupils". Subsequently the school has gained Beacon School status acknowledging its very good practice.[citation needed]

The school is one of 62 schools to gain specialist school status in Mathematics and Information Communication Technologies in September 2006. This was added to in March 2009 with the achievement of specialist school status in Modern Foreign Languages.[citation needed]

The school converted to academy status in June 2013.

Notable former pupils[edit]