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St Nicholas C E Primary School
School Road, Hurst, RG10 0DR, UK Reading
+44 0118 934 0727

Welcome to St Nicholas CE Primary School, Hurst

Welcome to St Nicholas CE Primary School.

We are a Voluntary Controlled Primary school for 5-11 year olds based in Berkshire.

Head Teacher: Mrs. Christine Hyatt

Our Address:
School Road
RG10 0DR

Phone: 0118 934 0727

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About St Nicholas CE Primary School


I am sure you will enjoy your visit to our website.

St Nicholas CE Primary School is a small school that values standards and achievement.

We are extremely proud of all that goes on here. As our website demonstrates, the children at St Nicholas CE Primary School are supported in their learning by dedicated staff, governors and parents.

Take a look around:

I encourage you to browse around our website, you will find details of school events, visitors and activities that serve to enliven the curriculum, alongside information about our after school clubs and extra curricular activities that your children can participate in. A copy of our prospectus is also available for you to read.



Our Mission Statement:

We aim to educate our children in a secure happy environment, fostering attitudes of mutual respect and responsibility and promoting links between home, school, the church and the village community.

We direct our total educational resources towards achieving the highest standards of education within a Christian environment where all children can grow into confident learners, discovering and developing their different gifts and talents and realising their full potential.

With this foundation firmly based on care and respect for one another and tolerance of other people and their views, we trust our children will meet the challenges of the future and fulfil their chosen role in society.

Dates for your diary:

Don't forget to visit our Calendar section, for a comprehensive lisiting of all of the important forthcoming term dates - make sure you have your diaries handy. I look forward to seeing you in school!

Best Wishes

Christine Hyatt

(Head Teacher)

History - The Buildings


The current school was built in 1843 at a cost of £783 13s 10d.

The Boys' School at the foot of Church Hill was last used on 21st July 1949.

Tape Lane (formerly Nocotts Road) - the white house at the end of the row was used as Hurst and Ruscombe National School when it was founded in 1818 until moving to the current site in 1843.

History - The Children


Hurst Girls, c.1890s

Hurst Boys, c.1890s


Miss Critchley with pupils 1893, outside the entrance to Class 1.

Hurst Girls School, 1913.


Listed below are a number of the School's policies.

These are regularly reviewed and updated; the most recent copies are held in the School Office.

Where there is a difference between documents here and the School Office, the master copy in the School Office takes precedence.

SEN policy May 2006.pdf

Spelling guidelines oct 06.pdf

Internet policy oct 06.pdf

Geography policy May06.pdf

Reading guidelines oct 06.pdf

Child Protection policy.pdf

Complaints procedure march07.pdf

Assets write off policy May 06.pdf

English policy oct 06.pdf

ICT policy october 2006.pdf

Purchasing policy May 06.pdf

History Policy May 06.pdf

Income policy statement May 2006.pdf

handwriting guidelines oct 06.pdf

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