The Senior Department is located in a separate building at the far end of the school along with form rooms, science laboratories and the fantastic Pritchard Hall and Drama Studio. Pupils also have access to our open-plan Senior Library and I.T suite and our Sports Hall. Our wonderful sporting facilities, including our multi-use area, enable a number of sports to be played, such as volleyball, basketball, netball, football and cricket.
Redfields House, the home of our Junior Department, is the beautifully decorative main building with high ceilings and a wooden staircase that takes centre stage. Years 3 -6 form rooms are to be found here, and the Juniors have their own Library and I.T suite. Our Curriculum Support and ELSA Rooms are also located here, enabling easy assess for both Junior and Senior pupils.
'Branksomewood', the Nursery and Infant Department, features natural wood construction and a wonderful airy atmosphere that provides light and space for our younger children. With an adventure playground set in the woods, a large hall fitted with PE equipment, and our experienced teaching staff, it is no wonder the children are so happy.
At St Nicholas’, our co-curricular programme refers to the academic, personal, spiritual, creative and physical development of every pupil, alongside a sound understanding of community. A key component in the delivery of a well-rounded education, our co-curricular programme develops the whole child and affects almost all areas of school life.
At St Nicholas’ we pride ourselves on having outstanding pastoral care. We also involve the girls themselves in the school’s pastoral systems and our team of Prefects and ‘Big Sister’ mentors, made up of girls in the senior year-groups, provide a listening ear every day of the week.
Our remote learning platform, delivered using Microsoft 'Teams' has been a runaway success! Thanks to the hard work of all staff at St Nicholas', pupils in the Infant, Junior and Senior departments are thriving in their remote lessons.
To celebrate the end of term the PTA held the annual Christmas disco last night, which is always one of the biggest highlights of the year.
Our very own DJ Dan played the best tracks while the children showed us some of their amazing dance moves.
The children had a wonderful time and help raise yet more money - £900 in fact!
A highlight in the school calendar is St Nicks Day.
Our wonderful senior girls planned, created and enjoyed an afternoon of fun while raising money for charity. We had an abundance of fantastic stalls including ‘Catch the Reindeer’, ‘Hula Hooping’, ‘Staff Pets’ and ‘Lucky Dip’ with the Year 11 girls running a magical ‘Santa’s Grotto’.
We were thrilled to raise a huge £530. A special thank you to the girls for setting up and manning stalls, providing games and making this a memorable afternoon.
St Nicholas's School is always a magical place and even more so when we celebrate St Nicholas Day.
To keep with tradition, our lovely catering team produced the famous 'Hoffy Biscuits'
Mrs Hoffman joined St Nicholas' School in 1940 and became known as Hoffie. She was a cook, matron, housekeeper, bursar and later ran the Guide Company and to this day her secret biscuit recipe makes an appearance on this special day
Calling all parents and alumni….the St Nicholas’s School STEM Week takes place from 7-11 February 2022.
Our aim is to engage pupils in a range of activities from STEM industries, as well raising awareness around the gender imbalance in these careers.
We are reaching out to you hoping that you may be willing to contribute to the week’s programme for our pupils.
If so we would love to hear from you, please contact Mr P Nichols on NichollsP@st-nicholasschool.co.uk.
The Nursery children enjoyed making the most of the snow yesterday.
Happy snowy Monday morning! Doesn't St Nicholas' School look even more magical with a light dusting of snow
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
A huge thank you to Charlton Grace Estate Agents, Hartley Wintney for donating our beautiful Christmas tree this year. We love it and we are certainly getting Rudolph ready
Last week children and staff were joined by Mr and Mrs Dickson as they all participated in the Samantha Dickson Twilight Walk.
Samantha was an ex-pupil of St Nicholas' when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour and tragically passed away in1996 at the age of 16.
It was a beautlful evening where the school community came together to remember Samantha and raise money for this wonderful charity.
A huge thank you to those who have already donated, if you would like to contribute you still have time, please donate to the Samantha Dickson Fund via the Just Giving Page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/St-Nicholas. The Brain Tumour Charity
in Hampshire for 2019 GCSE Results
nationally for small independent day schools
different languages to choose from at GCSE (Latin; Mandarin; Spanish; French; German)
different sports are played
acres of beautiful grounds, including ancient woodland
seat auditorium with orchestra pit and raked seating