St Nicholas Church of EnglandPrimary Academy


Welcome toSt Nicholas Church of England Primary Academy

Mrs Curtis

Contact Mrs Curtis

Hi, Do you have a question? Do you want to share something ? Have you got a joke of the day? Drop me a line and I will get back to you

Jeffrey the Caterpillar Life Cycle

Support Services

The NHS have some fantastic services on offer to support Mental Health and Wellbeing  

Please click the pictures below to access the web pages for further information.


 This link offers links to support children, young people and Parents and Carers


  Support is available here with links to the different adult services available.


  There are a wealth of links here for NHS staff and communities to support during Covid 19




Lincolnshire Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Helpline


Are you feeling low, anxious or stressed? If you are struggling with your mental health, call our 24/7 Lincolnshire mental health and emotional wellbeing helpline for free on 0800 001 4331 #youarenotalone



Stopping Smoking


Stopping smoking is one of the best things you will ever do for your health and it's never too late to quit!  Use the NHS Quit Smoking app to help you quit smoking and start breathing easier.

The app allows you to:

  • track your progress
  • see how much you're saving
  • get daily support

If you can make it to 28 days smoke-free, you're 5 times more likely to quit for good!

To find out more, visit or to download the app visit your app store.





EDAN Lincs Ending Domestic Abuse Now, a domestic abuse charity offering emergency refuge accommodation and outreach advice and support to people experiencing and fleeing domestic abuse, have recently been awarded funding from the Councillor Grant Scheme. This is a joint funding project and a total of £3,250 has been awarded from Councillors Neill Hastie, Katie Chalmers, Jonathan Noble, Paul Skinner and Anton Dani.  The funding will enable the group to continue to provide support and advice to people in Lincolnshire whose first language is not English and who require an interpreter.  In their application they stated that: “To have additional funding would help us help victims that come to us with domestic abuse with translation services - to help communicate with them about their situation and what help might be available to them, as well as offer our S.A.F.E course, that helps victims regain their confidence, understand domestic abuse and signs for the future relationships to help them to re-enter community life again.” 

#councillorgrant #community #EHCprogramme


We provide 3 day emergency food parcels for those in need. You will usually be referred by an agency that will issue you a food voucher. We have tried to make our premises a more welcoming environment with the addition of table cloths, pot plants and music. Upon entering the premises, you will be asked if you would like a hot drink and food. One of the volunteers will sit and chat with you. They may be able to signpost you to agencies that can help you. In addition to the food parcels you will receive, you will be asked if you would like some toiletries and a few additional items such as pet food. Click the picture for more details.


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The Restore pantry provides affordable food to local people in Boston. For a low-cost weekly membership fee people are able to dramatically reduce what they need to spend on their weekly shop.

Membership costs

Single person/couple £3.50 per visit

Families £5.00 per visit

Opening Friday 11th December

Opening Hours

Wednesday 12pm – 2pm

Friday 12pm – 2pm




Quotes and support fliers