A warm welcome to our friendly village school.
St Nicholas Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School is what one of our children says is "like a family" in which we foster positive relationships and build skills for life underpinned by our Christian ethos, including valuing diversity in all its forms.
Our school comprises of 3 main classes catering for children between the ages of 4 and 11, who come from the village and the surrounding towns and villages. Our mixed age classes provide great opportunities for the children to support one another, take on responsibilities and have role models to follow. We really value children's views and our School Council has a strong role in shaping our school.
The school community focuses on our Christian values of love, friendship, courage and hope.
Our school aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that enables all children to discover areas of particular interest whilst supporting a diverse range of needs. We aim to offer appropriate challenge for all our children to enable them to achieve their very best in all they do. We do this by adapting our planning and provision to reflect children's progress. Our teachers have ongoing professional development to keep current and to develop research based best practice.
We work closely with parents and carers, feeder nurseries and secondary schools to ensure smooth transition through children's educational journey. As a Church of England school we have close links with our village church and the Methodist community who enrich our children's spiritual and moral development.
Our school has an active Parent Teacher Association who are an amazing group of creative and hard working fundraisers, organising social events for adults and children alongside the Bromham Pudding Run Committee who manage the annual festive 10K run around the village providing resources for our school.
If you would like to visit our school to see for yourself, please contact us for a personal tour.