St Nicholas Priory pupils and their parents braced the icy winds and snow on the Tuesday evening during the week of the exceptionally cold weather spell, to attend the ‘Oscar Awards for Outstanding Behaviour.’ 32 children were nominated for the prestigious awards by their class mates and teachers, as children who constantly display outstanding behaviourDetails
On Wednesday 7th March, year 6 children were lucky enough to take part in a live webchat with world famous best-selling author Anthony Horowitz. The children are currently working on a project about spies and gadgets linked to Mr Horowitz’s book Point Blanc, which is part of the Alex Rider Series. Mr Horowitz agreed toDetails
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On Tuesday 9th January, 2018 children from year 2 had a fantastic day experiencing the animals at Thrigby Wildlife Gardens in order to launch their project ‘Why are animals in zoos?’ Part of their project is to learn about why some animals are endangered and how conservationists are working to try and prevent these animalsDetails
The children in Year 5 have been taking part in cookery lessons, where they made cheese muffins and chocolate fridge cake. On Tuesday, they created presentation bags, with hand-written cards, and took the food to the Fisherman’s Hospital and shared it with the residents. One of the residents was really pleased to see children fromDetails
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In the next few weeks, the St Nicholas Priory Junior Library will be accessible, at home or from a computer with Internet access using their individual login number. You will be able to search the shelves from home for an interesting book, an interesting topic, a favourite author, reserve a book you fancy, sit anDetails
St. Nicholas Priory is proud to support the UK Safer Internet Day 2018 (SID2018). Safer Internet Day 2018 will take place on Tuesday 6th February with the theme ‘Create, Connect and Share Respect: a better internet starts with you.’ Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration sees hundreds of schools and organisations joinDetails