Pupil Premium

Norton College do not ordinarily receive Pupil Premium or Pupil Premium Plus (PP/PP+) funding for students.  However on occasion an allocation is made for a LAC student; it is for a specific area of need and will be related to an outcome/target identified in the student's 'electronic Personal Education Plan' (ePEP).  The identified intervention, provision, resources etc. will be detailed in the ePEP and additional funding allocated; with the agreement of the Virtual School. 

"I want to take young people on a journey from that hopeless feeling to hopefulness, and from a feeling of dependence to independence."

Ian Hardicker, Head Teacher, Norton College

Outstanding for Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare!
31 May 2018

Ofsted May 2018 finds Norton College to be a Good school for overall effectiveness.   ​Effectiveness of leadership and management Good  Quality...

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It is important to note that Norton College does not have any association with Holistic Education Therapy (HET). Any reference to Norton College on the HET is website is NOT authorised and is not compatible with the ethos and philosophy of Norton College.