"To live, love and learn in the footprints of Jesus."
We have a very happy school community and a fantastic team of children, parents, staff and governors who will always welcome you and make you feel part of our family. Although our school is smaller than average, with around 120 children from 3 to 11, we have big ideas!
We know that each child is special and we provide plenty of opportunities for every child to excel.
Please come and see for yourself - we welcome visitors and we are sure that you will like what you see!
Ofsted (2009) states that: 'outstanding partnerships with parents, carers, professional agencies and the community result in the full integration of all pupils into a harmonious, friendly and supportive learning environment. Every pupil is highly valued and the school helps everyone of them to feel proud of their achievements and to have a tremendous respect for others. Behaviour is excellent. Parents and carers are unanimous in their gratitude to the staff who provide exemplary care, guidance and support'.
MP Andrew Percy visited our school on Tuesday 23rd September and presented our Communication and Interaction Chartermark Award.
Class 5 prepared a campaign to support children's rights to support children throughout the world.
Several winners were awarded cash prizes in the Writing Competition led by children's author Addy Farmer. Well done to all concerned!
Thanks to all who raised money towards new equipment for our Early Years by sponsoring our Gym Jam Jog- and thanks to all the Friends of St Norbert's who helped look after our runners!
Mrs P M A Tonge