Holly had been out of school for seven years, when she joined Norton College as a student. Holly has severe attachment disorder and significant confidence issues, in addition to being a student on the autistic spectrum. Holly's verbal communication with the outside world was very limited. Within four weeks of attending Norton College, she attained a D grade in GCSE maths and passed Level 1 Functional English. Holly  then went onto passing Level 2 Functional mathematics and English, and gained the confidence to embark on a Level 3 course with Warwick Museum, which she also succesfully completed.


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    Norton College welcome Ofsted
    1 May 2018

    Norton College welcome Ofsted 1st, 2nd and 3rd May. This is an opportunity to share the journey and successes our students are making.

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    Apprentice Success!
    30 Apr 2018

    Former student, Kurtis, is now the second pupil to move on to the Norton College Apprentice Scheme. He  is successfuly making the transition from...

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