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Hickling Church of England Infant School
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Hickling First School is a traditional Victorian village school which was built in 1864. It was a village primary school until 1980, when it became a first school for children aged four to eight years old, i.e. from the reception year until the end of year 3. It serves the parishes of Hickling and Sea Palling with Waxham. After year 3 the children transfer to Stalham Middle School.
Some of the pupils 1909
The main building consists of a hall and large Reception and year 1 room. An extension houses the school office with a recent addition in 2004 of a staffroom and head teacher's office. The year 2 and 3 children are taught in a mobile which will be replaced by a permanent classroom in the near future.
In addition to the tarmacked playground in front of the main building, the younger children also have the use of an enclosed outside play area, while behind the school there is a large field with a newly planted tree-walk, spiral willow maze and tunnel for the children to explore. The wild-life garden is used as a learning resource throughout the year.
Play Time
A broad, rich education based on the National Curriculum is offered to the children. After-school clubs include a sports club and an arts club for music and art and craft. All year 3 children learn to play the recorder and the older children sing in the Cromer Music Festival.
   
WE AIM TO ASSIT ALL PUPILS TO DEVELOP THEIR FULL POTENTIAL AND TO HELP THEM ACQUIRE THE ATTITUDES, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS TO COPE WITH THE DEMANDS AND EXPECTATIONS OF SOCIETY
 
Art Club is Fun on Tuesdays
After School
We have Laptop Computers
in Class 2
It's Great!
We have Toys out at Lunchtime
One of the Classroom Walls
We have Friendly Teachers
and Lovely Children
Work is Fun at Our School
For further information contact Ms. Jo Nutbeam (Head Teacher) on 01692 598355
or email
office@hickling.norfolk.sch.uk