Mrs P M A Tonge
"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.
Our outstanding performances resulted in many prizes at the Scunthorpe Speech and Drama Festival including KS1 Choral Speaking Group first prize, KS2 Choral Speaking first prize and Adult Choral Speaking first prize. Well done !
Class 4 won a prize for writing Eco Poems!
Our Rights' Respecting Ambassadors, who held their Annual Conference for Primary Schools on January 18th, made a great impact on several other schools. Well done!
Our choir won first prize and £1500 of musical instruments for their carol 'Colours of Christmas' by John Rutter, sung in Scunthorpe for the Christmas Lights 'Switch-on.'
Children were highly praised for their Christmas performances of 'No Room for a Baby' and 'Our First Nativity' which remembered the plight of refugees.
Children represented our school at the Remembrance Sevices in Ealand and Crowle
Our children, as Rights Respecting Ambassadors represented children's rights and raised £140 for the Scunthorpe Foodbank and £260 for UNICEF. Thank you!
Our children performed for the Blind Club and were praised for their Harvest Presentation.