Wickham Church of England Primary School was founded by St Nicholas Church and was initially situated next to the Church site. The School moved to its current position in 1969 and caters for children from 4 to 11 years, drawn from the village and surrounding community.
Our school has a warm, family atmosphere where parents, the Church and village community are encouraged to become involved fully in all events and activities. As a Voluntary Controlled School we are very proud of our strong links with St. Nicholas' Church in Wickham.
Throughout the year we visit the Church for school events including Harvest, Christmas and Easter celebrations to which parents are invited. Our children also participate in a number of Church events, such as the Carols in the Square and the Church Fete. Classes use the Church for workshops to support programmes of study for Religious Education and History.
Each Wednesday, a representative from one of the local churches leads our Worship.
We believe we are a good Church of England school and the results or our Christian Ethos parents' survey carried out by Governors in February 2014 can be downloaded from the bottom of this page.