Saint Nicholas School, Essex

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Saint Nicholas School
Saint Nicholas School Crest.png
Established 1939
Type Independent
Headmaster Mr. David Bown
Deputy Head Miss Helen Hopkins
Chair of Governors Mr. Rob Ellice
Location Hillingdon House
Hobbs Cross Road

Old Harlow
Essex
CM17 0NJ
England
Coordinates: 51°46′46″N 0°09′03″E / 51.779371°N 0.150895°E / 51.779371; 0.150895
Local authority Essex
DfE number 881/6023
DfE URN 115417 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 81
Students 370
Gender Mixed
Ages 3–16
Colours Royal Blue, Sky Blue and Grey
              
Website School homepage

Saint Nicholas School is a co-educational independent day school in Old Harlow, Essex for children aged 3 to 16 years old. The current headmaster is Mr. Keith Knight.

History[edit]

Saint Nicholas School, Old Harlow

Saint Nicholas School was established in 1939 in the hamlet of Churchgate Street, near Old Harlow. The school moved premises to its current site in nearby Hillingdon House, Old Harlow in 1977. It currently educates 400 boys and girls aged 3 to 16.

The school site including gardens and grounds, extends to over 14 acres (57,000 m2). Lower, middle and upper schools are each housed in their own area, within close proximity of each other, enabling access to shared facilities. The school is equipped with specialist classrooms, science laboratories, technology areas, ICT rooms, two libraries and a theatre. Sports facilities include extensive playing fields, tennis courts, a heated swimming pool and a sports hall.[1]

Saint Nicholas School is a registered charity, managed by the Board of Governors and the Headmaster. The headmaster Kevin Knight, is a member of the Independent Schools Association and the Independent Schools Council Information Service.

In September 2014, the school opened a pre-school for children aged 2 1/2 to 4 years old called the Little Saints Pre-School.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saint Nicholas School History". Saint Nicholas School. 
  2. ^ "Nursery - Little Saints Pre-School". Saint Nicholas School. Retrieved 22 November 2015. 

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