St Nicholas Catholic Primary School
|Motto||Love, Live, Learn, with Jesus Christ|
|Principal||Mr. Matthew Emery|
|Chair||Mrs. Patricia Platt|
|DfE URN||140529 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
|Colours||Blue and Yellow|
St. Nicholas Catholic Primary School opened in 1967 after the demand for Catholic Education within Boldmere and New Oscott became too great. The school is located at the rear of St Nicholas' church, which was constructed in 1957. St Nicholas is a Member of the Catholic Partnership.
Following their inspection in March 2006 Ofsted assessed the school as Outstanding, the highest available category. They said: "This is an outstanding school where pupils are extremely well cared for and achieve very highly ... when they leave school at eleven they consistently reach exceptionally high standards. All groups of pupils make outstanding progress because teaching is consistently at least good, and often exemplary".
The school was described as the best primary school in Birmingham in December 2004.
- "The Birmingham Catholic Partnership Website". The Birmingham Catholic Partnership Website.
- "2006 Inspection Report" (PDF). Ofsted. 4 April 2006.
- Collins, Tony (25 April 2006). "North City News: School gets good report; SUTTON COLDFIELD: Primary is judged 'outstanding'". Birmingham Mail. Archived periodical at TheFreeLibrary.com
- "SCHOOL LEAGUE TABLES: Tests just 'snapshot'". Birmingham Post. 2 December 2004. Archived periodical at TheFreeLibrary.com
- "Inner-city schools are fighting back". Birmingham Post. 5 December 2001. Archived periodical at TheFreeLibrary.com
- McConnell, Margaret (5 December 2001). "School Performance Tables: Dedication led to `perfect' score of Midlands'". Birmingham Post. Archived periodical at TheFreeLibrary.com
- "2007 League Tables". BBC News - Education. 6 December 2007.