September 2020 Return to school information


School Entry and Exit Procedure

We would like to thank all the parents for their patience and cooperation regarding the entry and exit of children at St Nicholas Priory. The safety of our children and families is paramount and we continue to review our systems to ensure they are in line with up to date government guidelines.

Please see the attached diagrams of our entry and exit times.

Whole School Entry and Exit Diagram

Entry and Exit St Nicholas Road (Y2, Y3, Y4 and POD)


Home Learning

Your child is able to access their Purple Mash login whilst at home. Their teacher will update To Do tasks that your child can complete.

Y5 and Y6 have access to Google Classroom where their teachers will upload tasks for your child to complete. Children can communicate with their teachers via Google classroom.

Please ensure your Class Dojo details are up to date. You will be able to communicate with your child’s class teacher through this.


See Something, Hear Something, Say Something Campaign

A county-wide campaign is being launched on Thursday 9th April calling on communities to look out for children and young people, during the current coronavirus lockdown. Entitled See Something, Hear Something, Say Something, the campaign focuses on keeping children safe, as families face the pressure of staying at home for this prolonged period.

Read more about this on the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership website.


St Nicholas Priory CE VA Primary School

A warm welcome to our vibrant, happyand successful school. All of the staff at St Nicholas Priory Primary School are caring, experienced and committed to meeting the individual needs of every child, and to creating a secure and enriching environment.

We believe that it is important to raise every child’s aspirations, and to provide the opportunities for them to experience success, develop their skills, and broaden their horizons. As a Church of England school, we aim to provide not just high academic standards, but to develop and nurture every child, meeting their spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs.

That Christian ethos means that we have a real and deep concern for every individual, helping them to be part of the school community which encourages high standards in an environment where every
child is nurtured and valued. I warmly invite you to come and see our
school for yourself, and look forward to welcoming your child into the Priory family.

Maria Grimmer



The content of this website provides information about our school. However, the best method of extending your knowledge is by visiting and seeing the school in operation, attending meetings and by having discussions with staff and governors. You will always be welcome.


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Latest News

Change of training day

Dear Parents and Carers,     As you are already aware we are due to have a school closure training day on the 22nd July. It is necessary for us to change the date of this training day to Friday 4th December.  The school will reopen on Monday 7th December as usual.  The school will also

Sims Pay

Starting on Monday, we are going cashless for payment for school dinners. Letters have been sent to parents of children in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 letting them know how to log in to the new SIMS Pay system. If you have any queries with signing up, please send a message via Facebook and

School Partnerships: Sheringham Teaching School, GY7 cluster of schools.

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