Welcome back to the new term.

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Latest Newsletter

The latest Newsletter (11th February 2015) is now available.


Sharing Assembly

Parents are very welcome to join us for Yew Class's Sharing Assembly

on  Friday morning from 10.10am – 10.30am.


LIBRARY DAY Tuesday 3rd March

We are developing and improving our Library and would like some help and ideas from you:

If you have any suggestions for a new name for the Library, please put them in the red box in the main school entrance and Mrs Crouch and the Reading Committee will choose a winner.

We are going to make a small reading hut and if any parent would like to help please let us know.

The decoration will have a woodland theme and if you have any bunting or posters that would link with this theme we would be grateful for any donations. 

Welcome to St Nicholas' School
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Welcome to St Nicholas Primary School – a large school with a big heart and a love of learning.

 Our mission statement is “Live, Love, Learn and be Happy.” 

St Nicholas’ Primary School is a good school. It provides outstanding care and, by the 
time they leave, pupils have made outstanding headway in their personal development. 
Pupils get off to a good start in the Nursery class and pupils’ overall achievement
throughout the school is good. The school’s leadership has a passionate vocation to 
ensure that every child matters. 

St. Nicholas’ Primary School is a community school which admits children between the 
ages of 3 and 11 years of age. It is not affiliated to any religious denomination. We 
currently have 439 pupils on roll. St Nicholas’ is a multi cultural city school with 29% 
of the roll on the SEN register. We pride ourselves on our inclusive ethos to enable all 
children to succeed.

We are a host school to the Communication Interaction Resource Base that has at 
present 14 children on roll. These children are included into the life of St Nicholas’ 
School in many ways.

Our classes are organised into 15 single year group classes with two classes for each 
year group. We have a high level of teaching support in every classroom, helping to 
ensure that every child reaches his or her full potential. We have 38 well trained 
teaching assistants who provide excellent support for the teachers.

We provide an excellent learning environment which includes 15 wonderful classrooms, 
an ICT suite, a music room, a sensory room and garden and many small working areas.

We are proud of our school and we enjoy welcoming visitors from all over the world.

Rachel Crouch

Summer 2014


Please see the most current Ofsted Report below. 

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OFSTED (Office for Standards in Education)

Every three years all schools are inspected by a team of inspectors from OFSTED.

Results 2014 PDF Print E-mail
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