The school is a Voluntary Controlled day school for children from 3 – 11 years. There are approximately 200 children on roll and expanding. We plan to continue to admit 30 children each year. Our Nursery offers 40 part-time places. There is a possibility of full-time Nursery places but strict criteria apply.
St. Thomas’ is the oldest free school in Stockport. The original Victorian 2 storey school, built in 1837, was replaced by the present, modern purpose built building in 1967. The building consists of 8 classrooms, an SEN room, a quiet room for one-to-one, and an octagonal hall which is used for assemblies/ PE/ dining room. There is also the ‘Kenrick Library’ which was opened by Reverend Kenneth Kenrick on Wednesday 24th October 2012 to celebrate the 175th Anniversary of St. Thomas’ C of E Primary School. Externally to the front of the building there are pleasant lawned areas; to the rear of the school building there is a large hardcore surface for games activities, and a synthetic all-weather pitch; in addition there is a newly extended dedicated area for Foundation Stage outdoor play. We also have a secure quad which has recently been developed to provide an enhanced outdoor learning area for EYFS and KS1 children.
Internet Safety is vitally important to us at St Thomas, which is why we have regular sessions with children discussing both the benefits and dangers of the online world. # We are a National Online Safety certified school and offer a wide range of workshops, teaching and training for all of our staff, governors, children and parents/carers. Please download any of the links below