Norton College Worcester is offering work via our ‘on-line learning platform’, or via work packs, due to a confirmed positive Covid-19 test. Students will return to college on Monday 19th July.



By transforming the nature and look of a learning establishment, transforming the way we deliver the curriculum, and transforming the way we deal with the students, we expect to transform the outcomes by breaking down barriers to learning.


Follow this link to a copy of our Ethos and Aims:

Norton College Ethos and Aims


Norton College's philosphy is focused on removing barriers to learning.
Inspiring independence

“I want to take young people on a journey from hopelessness to hopefulness, and from a feeling of dependence to independence.”

Ian Hardicker, Founder, Norton College

Barriers to learning

We have created opportunities to include a range of learning styles through flexible environments that enable students to receive their education in a preferred and bespoke style. Furthermore, we have changed fundamentally the way in which we deliver the curriculum. It is delivered on a 1:1 basis and whilst students have to follow the core subjects, we create a learning programme around their particular interests which ensures the students are more willing to engage.

Norton College's philosphy is focused on removing barriers to learning.
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