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St Nicholas C E Junior School
55 Woolbrook Road, EX10 9XB, UK Sidmouth
+44 (0)1395 514146


St Nicholas School is a Voluntary Aided Church School and enjoys a good relationship with local churches in the community. Pupils are offered excellent opportunities to learn and develop, clearly set within a Christian context.

The accommodation houses twelve classrooms, shared practical areas, a library, an ICT suite, a music/drama room, a hall and kitchen and staff and office facilities. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards. There is a playground at the front of the school and soft play area to the rear.


St Nicholas School’s mission is to enable children to grow creatively and to enjoy achieving excellence within a Christian learning environment.


There are about 320 children on roll. They are organised into eleven classes, each with its own class teacher. Our aim is to provide the best possible teaching and learning, so for some lessons, such as PE or Music, teachers may work in other classes in the year group, to maximise their strengths and expertise.

Children may work in groups of varying size - class groups, smaller groups, pairs or as individuals, according to the task. Good planning and effective liaison by year group staff ensure that all children receive their full entitlement to the National Curriculum.


The curriculum throughout the school is carefully planned and structured from the National Curriculum programmes of study to provide breadth and balance. Particular emphasis is placed on teaching the skills of literacy and numeracy. Work in these and other subjects, especially ICT, is often planned around a series of themes, ensuring that the curriculum is delivered in a lively, interesting way. Teaching may take the form of a series of projects or studies undertaken by the class working together. It may involve studies or visits away from the classroom or the use of visiting speakers.


The activities may vary from year to year according to the interests and expertise of the staff, but currently include sports, the Arts, senior choir, junior choir, orchestra, recorders. Our sports teams compete in local tournaments. Our senior choir and orchestra participate in local musical events and lead the annual Carol Service in the Parish Church. Different year groups take responsibility for a drama or musical production throughout the year. There are residential visits for some year groups, covering Environmental Education, Creative Arts and Outdoor Activities.

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