South Hykeham Community Primary School

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South Hykeham Community Primary School
Established 1869
Head teacher John Richardson
Location Wath Lane
South Hykeham
Local authority Lincolnshire
Students 138
Gender Coeducational
Ages 4–11
Houses Red, Green, Yellow and Blue

South Hykeham Community Primary School is a small rural primary school in the village of South Hykeham, Lincolnshire, England. The village is south of Lincoln, England.

South Hykeham School was opened in 1871 as a one room building, it cost £400 to build and 20 pupils attended. The original red brick Victorian classroom remains today. In 1958 a school extension was added and the main building considerably enlarged. In 1989 a mobile classroom was provided to give additional accommodation. In 1993 the School was further extended to provide two extra purpose built infant classrooms, freeing the largest classroom to be used as a temporary hall. A new hall and ICT room were built in 2003. In 2011 new offices were completed.