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St Nicolas Flash Mob for Comic Relief

Congratulations to the children and staff on working together to create an amazing whole school flash mob dance, in aid of Comic Relief. Please watch the video and don't forget to make a donation, via our Just Giving Page, using the link below. 

St Nicolas Academy is proud to be a Church of England school. Our local Parish Church is St Nicolas. We hold special services at St Nicolas Parish Church on a regular basis. The Reverend Kelly Betteridge is a Governor and regularly leads Worship at the school. 

The children have enjoyed the RE sessions led by Reverend Kelly and members of the St Nicolas Church Parish. The sessions explored the Holy Trinity, and how Christians believe that God is revealed to them in three ways – God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit – yet remains one God. 


They explained how Jesus taking a human form helped us understand who God is and what is important to him as no one had ever seen God. They talked about Jesus’ life and teachings and how they reflected how God wanted us all to live our lives. They also taught the children the Trinity Song.


Community Links

We have been thinking about how the pandemic has affected members of our community. Our children decided to make Christmas Cards for the residents of Allambie Court Care Home to provide some festive cheer during these difficult times.

Our Year 1 children visited the residents of Long Lea Care Home to perform a Christmas Carol concert. They enjoyed time after the event chatting with the residents and sharing their hopes for the Christmas period.
The children of St Nicolas wanted to share some happiness during the pandemic, so they have shared their beautiful 'Winter Art' with members of our community. Please visit Horeston Grange Co-op to view.

Little Princess Trust

We are very proud of one of our pupils as she has very kindly donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust. 

She donated 9 inches of hair to be used to make wigs for children and young people.


Cancer Research


We held a non uniform day to raise money for Cancer Research. One of our Mum's, Sarah Johnston, has recently battled thyroid cancer and ran the London marathon to fund raise. Mia and Ethan wanted to show how much they love their Mum by organising the day and raising money for this amazing cause. We chose Valentines Day in particular as it is a day about expressing love. We are so proud to say that together we have raised £616.00 for this amazing cause.