COVID Symptoms

Dear Parents & Carers If your child has COVID symptoms, please do not send them into school. You will need to get a PCR test for your child and only send them in if the result is negative. If they will not take a test, they will need to remain off school for the 10…

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Squirrel Class Verb Rap

Squirrel Class made a rap video about verbs! Click below to watch it (all parents have given permission for this video to be published)  

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New headteacher appointed/News Update

Dear Parents Over the last couple of days the Governors have been undertaking a selection process choose the right person to take over my role as Headteacher from September. Against a strong field, including external candidates, I am delighted to announce that my successor will be Katie Goodwin, currently our KS2 Deputy Head. I know Katie…

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STARS

STARS is TfL’s accreditation scheme for London schools and nurseries. It inspires young Londoners to travel to school sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely and helps to reduce congestion at the school gates and improve road safety and air quality. STARS stands for Sustainable Travel Active Responsible Safe   St Nicholas School has been awarded the…

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World Book Day

From 1st-5th March we are celebrating World Book Week and this year we are focussing our celebrations around the stories and poems of Julia Donaldson! She wrote some of our favourite stories including The Gruffalo, What the Ladybird Heard, Superworm, The Snail and the Whale, Room on the Broom and so many more! During the…

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International Cook Off

We are having an international cook off! We would love it if you could send us photos of a dish you have cooked with your parents! Please send photos to Frederique (fmclean5.306@lgflmail.org) or Claire Winters (cbullen.306@lgflmail.org) by email or on Weduc!

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Parent Update from Mr Dry

Dear Parents I am writing to update you on the current situation. This is an extremely challenging time and all our staff understand that the parents of children with special educational needs find it particularly difficult and distressing. The overriding message from the government is to stay at home, and this is because we have…

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