Results & Achievements

Students often arrive at Norton College having previously had a relatively unsuccessful educational experience and often feel they have failed. In actual fact, the education system has just not been able to meet their needs effectively. Consequently, students have a negative view of their ability and feel they can’t achieve. We aim to turn this around and create a ‘can do’ attitude where students are able to achieve to the best of their ability.

The College aims to create situations that allow students to achieve nationally recognised qualifications both academically and vocationally that will act as the foundation for future career progression. 

Students are able to gain Functional Skills qualifications, GCSE qualifications plus Open College Network certification. The College also has introduced in house certification for students who are working towards achieving Functional Skills. 

 

Celebrating Achievements

Academic outcomes are important and we will always strive to achieve the highest standards, however it is also important to celebrate these achievements with parents/carers and with other students around College as it enables students to feel positive about their learning and to build on their successes.

Here at Norton College, we have a “Proud Board” where we post our students’ achievements for everyone to see and celebrate.

Our latest exam results

Read our case studies for examples of students who have achieved success through Norton College. Please contact us if you would like for more details of our students’ academic achievements, or to discuss your own specific requirements.

“We don’t allow any past events, however difficult, to colour our ambitions for our students to reach their potential”

Ian Hardicker, Head Teacher, Norton College



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.