Latest News on Norton Hill Primary School

Latest News on Norton Hill Primary School

Norton Hill Primary School is due to open in September 2020. This £7.8 million primary school has been designed to be a bespoke school, specialising in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), MFL, Forest School and Outdoor Learning. The school has been commissioned by the DfE to meet the growing numbers of children needing primary school places in the local area. Norton Hill Primary School will have superb sports provision, with two indoor sports halls, a dance studio, two large pitches for football and rugby and a hard surface sports pitch.

 

As part of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership, the staff and pupils will work closely with secondary school specialists to support all pupils in experiencing a high quality education in order that they reach their full potential. Our aim is to ensure pupils achieve high academic literacy and numeracy skills and to foster a love of learning, while also becoming confident, independent-minded citizens of the future. Our unique provision will support pupils through their primary school life with a seamless transition into their secondary school education.

 

Alun Williams, CEO of Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership, is delighted to announce the appointment of Kerrie Courtier as the new Executive Headteacher of Norton Hill Primary School. Mrs Courtier is the former Executive Headteacher at Longvernal School, and took the school from an Ofsted rating of ‘Requiring Improvement’ to ‘Good with Outstanding features’.

 

Reception children starting school in September 2020, need to APPLY NOW via https://capita.bathnes.gov.uk/CitizenPortal_LIVE/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2fCitizenPortal_LIVE to avoid disappointment.