The Governors of St Norbert’s are here to help you have the best experience for your child. Our mission statement ‘To live, love and learn in the footprints of Jesus’ is at the heart of all we do. Governors make important decisions to improve standards and to enhance the happiness and well-being of all our school community. Our Governors regularly work in school and meet frequently to continue to improve all aspects of school life.
In the light of our first Ofsted inspection as St Norbert’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy, which found our school to be good overall, with outstanding pupil behaviour, the Chair of Governors and the Governing Body would like to congratulate and thank all members of Staff for their hard work and dedication ensuring our pupils have the opportunity to reach their full potential and are happy, well-rounded students with strong morals and great manners.
The students of the school are to be commended for being “excellent ambassadors for the school” by promoting, as the inspectors noted “highly principled values of honesty, trust and the right to be respected and respect others”. Well done to all concerned!
Mr C O’Mara
(Vice Chair and Foundation Governor)
Mrs PMA Tonge
Mrs F Robinson
Mr R Pender
Mrs H Fowler
Mr O Fillingham
Mr D Coggrave
Mr G Green
(Trust Link Governor)
Please click the St Thérèse of Lisieux logo to be directed to their website for further information about Governance:
- Articles of Association
- Annual Accounts
- Declaration of Interests for Accounting Officer
- Funding Agreement
- Scheme of Delegation
Please approach Mrs Tonge – in confidence – if you are in need of support, whether financial or otherwise.
To live life to the full, achieving the fulfillment of potential (spiritual, intellectual, physical, psychological, social, moral and aesthetic and religious capacities of each child).
To love and serve others by developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a communal transparent witness to the Gospel message of the love of God and neighbour, especially the poor and marginalized.
To learn through a commitment to academic excellence, relevant cross-curricular religious education and faith formation programmes, educating and engaging the whole child in all dimensions.