St Nicholas' School, Hampshire

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St Nicholas' School
Established 1935
Type Independent day school
Religion Church of England
Headmistress Mrs A V Whatmough
Chair of Governors Mrs K Walker
Location Redfields Lane
GU52 0RF
51°15′01″N 0°51′11″W / 51.2502°N 0.8531°W / 51.2502; -0.8531Coordinates: 51°15′01″N 0°51′11″W / 51.2502°N 0.8531°W / 51.2502; -0.8531
Local authority Hampshire
DfE number 850/6036
DfE URN 116518 Tables
Students 370~
Gender Girls
Ages 3–16

St Nicholas' School is an independent day school for girls in Church Crookham, a village at the southern edge of Fleet, Hampshire, England. Boys may attend up to age 7 (Year 2). It does not have a sixth form.


St Nicholas' School was founded in 1935 and moved to its present 27-acre site in 1996.[1] As the school grew, the original Victorian house has been extended, adapted and additional accommodation built. The school became a charitable trust in 1966. It has a Christian foundation, but welcomes pupils of all faiths and of none.[2]


  1. ^ "GCSE Excellence 2011 - St Nicholas’ School" (PDF). Government Initiatives IQ. 
  2. ^ 2009 ISI Inspection Report

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