St Thomas More Catholic School, Nuneaton

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St Thomas More Catholic School and Sixth Form College
St Thomas More Roman Catholic Secondary School-7Dec2005.jpg
Type Academy
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher F Hickey
Location Greenmoor Road
CV10 7EX
Coordinates: 52°31′01″N 1°28′51″W / 52.5169°N 1.4808°W / 52.5169; -1.4808
Local authority Warwickshire County Council
DfE number 937/4803
DfE URN 141836 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 911 approx
Gender Coeducational,
Ages 11–18
Houses Arrowsmith, Clitherow, Kirby, Sherwin, Webster
Colours Maroon and Gold (Sixth Form colours are Royal Blue and Gold)

St Thomas More Catholic School and Sixth Form College (formerly St Thomas More Catholic School and Technology College) is a mixed Roman Catholic secondary school located on Greenmoor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England. It is listed as a specialist Technology school by Ofsted, which requires the school to offer GCSEs in Technology to all students.[1] The headteacher is Mr Francis Hickey, who has been in the position since 2012 after taking over from Mr Moore. As of September 2012, the educational establishment has been rated as 'good' ' by Ofsted, who previously gave it an 'outstanding'.[2]

Academy status[edit]

In March 2015, the school, together with its feeder schools, completed its conversion into an academy. Whilst retaining its previous name, the school is now a part of the Holy Spirit Catholic Multi-Academy. Its fellow members are:

  • Our Lady of the Angels Infant School, Nuneaton.
  • St. Joseph's Junior School, Nuneaton.
  • St. Anne's Primary School, Nuneaton.
  • St. Francis of Assisi Primary School, Bedworth.
  • St. Benedict's Primary School, Atherstone.

Sixth Form[edit]

St Thomas More Sixth Form was established in September 2011 with the first and current director of the Sixth Form being Neil Harding. The current requirements for admission to the sixth form is 5 GCSEs A*-C with at least a C in both Maths and English. Currently only AS and A2 levels are taught at the sixth form as the main education; as well as additional ASDAN course.