As a Catholic I found the Pope’s visit to the UK very inspirational. I went to see the Pope in both Birmingham and London. The Pope walked right by me at the gathering in Cofton Park, Birmingham. I found this very moving and felt very lucky to be blessed by such a spiritual man.

When I was outside Westminster Cathedral I felt that it was just as special an event. A special moment was when, at the sign of peace during mass the police officers, who may be religious or not were shaking hands with the crowd.

Hopefully they had a feel for the event and may have positively questioned themselves about their beliefs or lack of. Both days were very special and strengthened my faith after now seeing two Popes. - Year 11 Student

"We share our hope by communicating the message of Jesus Christ in fresh and relevant ways"ethos

At Thomas Becket Catholic School we believe that a willingness to learn and the personal development of every individual is rooted in their spiritual journey. We are a community where everyone is invited and challenged to grow in faith, with prayer as our foundation.

We strive to model our Core Values of faith, justice, compassion, truth and respect in our daily lives, so as to allow our students to meet face to face with Christ.

Our core values encourage us to embrace a justice based on the words and actions of Jesus, so that we show His compassion to each other both in school and in the wider world.

We strive for a community in which all feel valued because they are treated with respect and compassion.Our ethos ensures that we form the conscience of each individual which, enriched by faith, opens a sure path to inner peace and to respect for others

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