Welcome to Deeping St Nicholas
Primary School

Vision Statement

In our inclusive and happy school, we make sure everyone feels welcomed, valued and valuable. Our safe and inspiring learning environment helps us work towards achieving our best, in all that we do, so that we can become independent and resilient members of our wider community.

Our shared values give us a foundation of challenge and support, helping to make a positive change in the world, as we strive to create a community of respect and aspiration, preparing everyone for their future.


Administration and Finance Officer

G5 Points 12 – 15, £25,119 to £27,803 FTE £15,869 to £17,564.72 (Pro Rata)

26 Hours per week, 41 weeks per year- Temporary until 31st March 2025 but has the potential to become permanent if successful candidate meets certain conditions.

Commencing: 01/10/2024  

Closing date for applications is 5th July 2024 (noon)

More information and application forms can be found on our Vacancies page

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Music Lessons

At Deeping St Nicholas we use the Lincolnshire Music Services for class lesson, but did you know parents can also request private music lesson should they wish their child to learn how to play an instrument? Find out more at the Lincolnshire Music Services website.

Whooping Cough

Read the letter from the East Midlands Health Protection Team to find out more about Whooping Cough

Whooping Cough Letter


Measles can cause severe illness, especially in certain at-risk groups including babies and small children, pregnant women, and people with weak immunity. Complications could mean hospitalisation, permanent disability, and in rare cases, it can even cause death.

Read the Public Health Bulletin from Lincolnshire Health Protection Service to find out more

Easy Fundraising

Anyone can connect to the easyfundraising website or app to buy from a list of over 400 retailers including Ebay, Amazon, Argos, M&S and we receive a donation for every purchase made.

There is no extra cost involved when making purchases and donations gets paid direct to the Friends bank account.

Easy Fundraising

Breakfast and After School Club

We offer a Breakfast and After School Club service during Term Time.
Parents need to have completed registration form before bookings are placed.
Bookings are to be made via the Parentmail system.

Breakfast club is available Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 8.30am. The Breakfast club costs £2.00 per session per child. A healthy Breakfast is available between 8.00 and 8.20am and is included in the cost. A sports activity will take place from 8.20 until 8.40, where children are accompanied to the playground ready to line up.

Our After-School Club runs from 3.15 until 5.30pm Monday to Friday. The After-School Club costs £4.00 per session per child and includes a healthy snack. There is a variety of child lead activities available together with a planned activity every day, such as craft, cooking, sports, games night, film night to name a few. A full list of activities is available on the notice board as you enter the playground. Contact school office for information.

Terms and Conditions

Measles / MMR vaccination

Measles cases are rising across the country, with over 102,000 children starting primary school in England being at risk of catching the disease.

Measles is highly infectious and if left unvaccinated nine out of ten children in a classroom can catch the disease if just one child is infectious.