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St Norbert`s

Catholic Primary

Voluntary Academy

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Mrs P M A Tonge


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St Norbert's Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy

Welcome to:

"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 2015 states that St Norbert's school is a very calm, friendly environment where pupils feel safe and happy. Pupils’ personal development, including their behaviour, is outstanding. They value learning and always try their best. As a result, they achieve well.

The school takes excellent care of all pupils. It promotes highly principled values of honesty, trust and the right to be respected and to respect others. Pupils act accordingly in their daily lives and are excellent ambassadors for the school.


Recent News

September 2017



Congratulations from the Assessors:

We are delighted to inform you that your school is hereby reaccredited from 1 September 2017 to 31 August 2020 with an International School Award Reaccreditation.

Here are the assessor’s comments on your Impact Evaluation, to highlight where your application was particularly impressive and points to take note of as you continue to develop the international dimension in your school:

"Saint Norbert’s Catholic Academy has embedded education within its curriculum and ethos and you have presented a good range of international activities. This application meets the criteria for accreditation, congratulations! The school has a successful international partnership with a school in Lesotho and the pupils have been given the opportunity to complete a wide range of activities that allow them to discuss issues, including reducing one’s carbon footprint and water use. The partnership with Lesotho has also allowed some impressive work on reducing the problems caused by wood smoke.

Well done to all who have helped us in any way on our journey!




North Lincolnshire

DN17 4HL


01724 710249


01724 710249



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