St Thomas More Catholic Academy
St Thomas More was established in 1980 as a 12 to 18 Comprehensive school following the re organisation of Roman Catholic Education in the Stoke on Trent and Newcastle under Lyme areas.
The College underwent a second re organisation in 1983 when the Stoke on Trent area lost its Middle Schools and the College became an 11 - 18 Comprehensive School.
In January 1993 the College was incorporated as a Grant Maintained school. The College is affiliated to the Technology College Trust.
From September 1999 the College returned to Voluntary Aided status as a member of the Stoke on Trent secondary school provision.
The College is a partner in the city-wide Excellence in Cities partnership.
In September, 2004 the College received Specialist Status in Maths and Computing.
In September, 2005 the College was selected to become involved in the National Creativity Partnership.
In 2008 The College was designated a Specialist College, following its fine OFSTED report.
In 2009 the College has been recognised as a High Performance Specialist School, and as acquired a 2nd specialism, that of a Training School.
In 2012-13 The College went through a major new build and refurbishment programme as part of the BSF (Building Schools for the Future) transformation scheme.
In November 2013 the College converted to Academy status - part of a Multi Academy Company with four Primary Schools - St Gregory's, St Augustine's, Our Lady's and St Maria Goretti - known as All Saints Catholic Collegiate. The building was officially opened by The Most Reverend Bernard Longley, Archbishop of Birmingham, on the 19th September 2013.