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Our Achievements and Assemblies

Julia, Vanessa and Victoria from 5R made the poster for the flu vaccine competition.

Early September they will be invited to meet the Mayor and receive their prize.

Well done!

World Autism Awareness Day

This week is world autism week. Thankyou for taking part in helping us raise autism awareness. The money we have raised today will be split between The national Autistic society and SAFA (Salford Action For Autism) they help some of our families in school.

The children have learnt lots about autism today, please take a few moments to watch our school assembly and see what they have learnt.

Thanks again for your donations and thank you to Mrs Raftery for making the cake for our raffle.

We also gave out several awards for being creative and working hard in class.

Please see pictures below


Dear Parent/Carers,


I am delighted to inform you all that we have received a letter of congratulations from the Minister of State for Schools, Nick Gibb MP, congratulating St Thomas of Canterbury for the very high standard of performance in the 2015 national key stage 2 tests.


100% of pupils gained level 4B or above in reading and maths and level 4 or above in writing.  St Thomas of Canterbury was one of only 187 schools in the country to achieve this level of attainment.


This is a great achievement and this shows how hard the staff and pupils work to get these results!


Well Done Everyone!!


Kind regards,


Mr Deane.

Congratulations from Westminister!

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