About Us

Nicholas Wilson Public School was named after an educator, Nicholas Wilson (1827-1909). He was the first Head Master at Union School in 1850 and was a teacher in the London area for 62 years. Many aldermen and prominent people in the city of London had been educated by this gentleman and to honour him our school was named after him. Nicholas Wilson is a one story school which was built in the "open concept" model in 1971. There are four quads and a gymnasium which surround the open resource centre, the core of the school. In the past years one corner of each quad has been walled but the quad situation continues to support much collaboration and team work between teachers and classrooms.