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Welcome to St Nicholas CE VA Primary School

February 15th, 2017

Welcome to St Nicholas CE VA Primary School.

Thank you for visiting our website and considering our school. We hope you gain an insight into the wealth of opportunities available to our children. To find out more click here.

Tracy Maley, Headteacher.


November 22nd, 2017

This half term our value is ‘wisdom’. Ash class were recently asked to reflect on what they had learnt through our collective worship and this is what they had to say…

“Our Collective Worship is amazing.”

“We do lots of singing.”

“We are learning about wisdom in Collective Worship.”

“We learn about Solomon. He did wise things but he wasn’t wise himself. He married eight people and seven of them believed in a different God. They believed in an ancient thing.”

“We do lots about the Bible. It tells us how Solomon became wise. He became wise because he dreamed and God gave him a list of things to choose and he picked wisdom, but he didn’t use it.”

“Mother Theresa went to a different country to help people but she had to become poor to do it.”

“Mr Broom was a character in a story. He didn’t have any eye brows or eye lids and that matters because eye brows and eye lashes protect your eyes.”

We can remember some quotes about wisdom:

It is a wise decision not to be unkind. (Finn)

Help the poor. Don’t get too rich. (Joseph)

You can never get wisdom if you don’t make mistakes. (Sebastian)

Not all of us can do big things but you can do small things with love. Mother Theresa said this. (Beth)

Being rich doesn’t make you happy.  (Isabelle)


November 22nd, 2017

Dear Mrs Maley, ,
Thank you for your school’s fantastic response to this year’s shoe box appeal, not only for the large number you produced but also for the obvious thought and care that was taken in making them up.
I have attached photographs showing them first arriving my garage to be sorted with shoe boxes we collected from other schools and elsewhere. In total 238 from the Sturminster Newton area were then put into cartons which were taken to a warehouse in Andover and later packed into containers.
An amazing 27,000 Shoe boxes from the Wessex area are now on their way to Albania, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, and the Philippines where thanks to you, and others like you, children who have very little will now receive a super Christmas gift.
Please pass on to all your children very best wishes from our Rotary Club.

Thank you to everyone who donated a shoe box!

Poppy Appeal

November 22nd, 2017

Thank you to everyone who purchased a poppy from our Oaks helpers.  We raised £45.72 for the Poppy Appeal.

Poppy Appeal

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