Coffee Mornings

Details of our upcoming parent coffee mornings

Jubilee competition at St Nicholas School!

Platinum Jubilee Celebration Day with the Reedham Children’s Trust

World Book Week 28th February-4th March

Children in Need – Well-Being Week 15-19th November 2021

Next week we are taking part in BBC Children in Need. Their theme is focusing on mental health and well-being. We will have a range of activities in school such as Act of Kindness Bingo in classes, learning the moves for the Joe Wicks workout and a mufti day on Friday 19th. Children can choose to wear either bright colours or fancy dress in exchange for £1.

At home with your child, you can bake and decorate a cake and send in the photo.

Have lots of fun!


How we learn Coffee Morning – 19th November

Next Friday 19th November will be our latest coffee morning for parents. The theme will be ‘How we learn at St Nicholas School’

COVID Symptoms

Dear Parents & Carers

If your child has COVID symptoms, please do not send them into school. They will need to take an LFD test and only send them in if the result is negative and if they are well enough.

If the result is positive, the children will need to isolate for 5 full days. They can test again on day 5 and day 6 and if both negative and the child is feeling well, they can return to school.

If they will not take a test, they will need to remain off school for the 10 days self-isolation period. Please make sure you inform your child's teacher if they are absent due to COVID.

As a reminder, children under the age of 18 years and 6 months do not need to self-isolate if they are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID.

Kind regards

Katie Goodwin



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)


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 ( or Claire Winters ( by email or on Weduc!

Parenting the Conundrum Child

The school’s private Occupational Therapist, Aniesa Blore, who currently works with the children in Key Stage 2, has written a new book “Parenting the Conundrum Child: The CAN do approach to uncovering their unique abilities”

It is a fantastic book with loads of advice about how to connect with and support your child with additional needs. It comes highly recommended from staff at St Nicholas. The link to the book on Amazon is below: