Norbury is a vibrant, welcoming community school where ‘A World in a School, Learning Together’ is at our core. Learning behaviour is at the heart of Norbury, and we are striving to coach, learn and develop further Building Learning Power skills and maintain our high standards under the three R’s: Rights, Respect and Responsibility which runs through the Unicef Rights of a Child.
Communication skills are crucial in our community and we focus greatly on early phonics, reading and writing skills in order for our pupils to truly reach their potential. Alongside this, we also nurture our learners to be independent learners and use the skills within the Four R’s of learning power: Reciprocity, Reflectiveness, Resilience, and Resourcefulness.
We are all learners at Norbury, from the youngest child to the oldest adult. Pupils, staff and Governors persistently strive to achieve our best. We have an active Parent Council for Learning which meets to discuss and share strategies on learning both within school and beyond.
I am very proud to be the Headteacher at Norbury and our School Development Plan and Annual Plan clearly shows we are on a very important learning journey.
Louise Browning, Headteacher
Nursery School gates open at 8.30am and 11.30am for morning session, 12.30pm and 3.30pm for the afternoon session.
Infant School gates open at 8.55am and 3.10pm.
Junior School gates open from 8.45 and 3.15pm
Back to School for Pupils and Staff.
We will be holding two sessions; 3:30pm and 6:00pm. The meeting will allow you to ask any questions you may have regarding the SATs and also provide you with more information on how the SATS are carried out.
Please complete and return the slip below by Friday 4th April indicating which session you are able to attend.
The Norbury School Newsletter is now on the website. Click here to find out the exciting news at Norbury School.
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