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The St Nicholas Church of England School Statement
As a Church of England school our vision is the foundation for the way the school demonstrates Christian spiritual values. The school encourages children to discover their own spiritual understanding of themselves and promotes equality and a wide view of the world around them, preparing them for their future.
Our motto is: "A Variety of Gifts, But the Same Spirit" - 1 Corinthians 12. This reflects that all the children come with their own gifts and talents, which we celebrate here at school, whilst working towards the same goals - to be the best we can be.
St. Nicholas School is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England primary school situated in the centre of Bromham.
The school building is set in extensive grounds consisting of a large playing field and a large tarmac playground. The original Victorian building was extended in the 1960’s and in 2004 it was transformed by the addition of a substantial modern extension, incorporating a new school hall, kitchen, additional classroom space and accommodation for administrative staff. There are also additional teaching areas for small groups, plus a school library, children’s kitchen and a kiln room. Laptops are found in every classroom enabling children to access the Internet and use Computing Skills when needed.
There are currently 86 children between the ages of four and eleven organised into three classes. Most children live in the village or nearby. The school receives valuable support from parents and the wider community and there is an active Friends Association that both raises funds and organises social events.We enjoy enthusiastic support from the thriving village community and work hard to reciprocate this support by being actively involved in village life and activities - with active links with St. Nicholas Church, and also the Methodist Chapel.
Thank you for visiting.
Mrs Jo Lewis