St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, Birmingham

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St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School
Type Academy
Religion Catholic
Headteacher Miss Clare Madden
Location Wychall Lane
West Midlands
B38 8AP
Coordinates: 52°24′36″N 1°56′50″W / 52.4099°N 1.9472°W / 52.4099; -1.9472
Local authority Birmingham
DfE number 330/4616
DfE URN 141835 Tables
Ofsted Reports Pre-academy reports
Students approx. 1225
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Website Official website

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is a mixed Catholic secondary school in Kings Norton, Birmingham, England that specialises in mathematics and computing.

The school, which is part of the Birmingham Catholic Partnership,[1] consists of key stage three (Yr 7 and 8), key stage four (years 9 to 11) and a sixth form. The sixth form provision is offered as part of the The Oaks Sixth Form, a consortium of 7 secondary schools in South-West Birmingham.[2]

The school has a library, known as the Aquinas Resource Centre or the "ARC".[3] Facilities also include a large playground, a large sports hall, a gym, a music technology suite, a technology suite, and a fitness suite.

The canteen uses a cashless catering system, where pupils and staff use their fingerprints to pay for meals.

The school converted to academy status in April 2015.

Notable former pupils[edit]


  1. ^ Birmingham's Catholic Partnership Website accessed 13 November 2009
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  3. ^ Aquinas Resource Centre, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, accessed 13 November 2009