Extra Curricular Activities
After School Clubs
St. Nicholas is a hive of activity before, during and after school when pupils enjoy a wide range of pursuits. These vary from music, art and cookery to gymnastics, football, yoga and athletics. Homework club takes place on Monday 4:00-5:00 pm for KS2 and Friday 3:00-4:00pm for KS1 and is supervised by a member of the teaching staff.
At St. Nicholas, we believe that school trips, linked to the curriculum, play an important part in children’s learning. The V&A, Science and Natural History Museums and Battersea Zoo are just some of the places our pupils visit. Our residential trips in the UK and Europe are always hugely popular. In the summer term Years 5 and 6 attend a five-day outdoor adventure holiday trip to Osmington Bay in Dorset and in the spring term all Key Stage 2 children are invited to attend the annual ski trip to Italy.
We also organise visits from a variety of outside speakers to engage and inspire our children. A schedule of speakers and events can be found in our school calendar.
Teddy, Year 3
Clubs at St. Nicholas are great, I do table tennis, chess and swimming. Chess is good because it teaches you mathematical strategies and co-ordinates. I enjoy swimming and table tennis because I have learnt lots of new skills.