Norton Canes High School
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
About Norton Canes High School
Norton Canes High School is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary with sixth form in Staffordshire. As of the most recent inspection there were 406 students on the school roll, of which 72 were enrolled in 16-19 study programmes. Facilities at Norton Canes High School include a purpose built theatre, an 18-seater training hairdressing salon, a brand new fitness suite and an art gallery. The school offers Professional Football Coaching courses in partnership with the Martin O’Connor Education and Football Academy. The town of Norton Canes has a population of 7,500, and can be accessed via the A5 motorway.
Values and vision
Norton Canes is a small school, giving i the opportunity to offer a personalised and individual learning experience for young people. Pupils are given the opportunity to achieve their highest possible aspirations, in both academic and vocational fields.
The school is also committed to high standards of academic attainment and achievement through years 7 – 13 that can enable all pupils to flourish whatever their next step may be. Norton Canes is a Specialist Mathematics and Computing College, and provides a sterling education with both a traditional mathematic grounding and an embrace of 21st century technologies.
“Teaching in the sixth form is good. Teachers have good subject knowledge, which they use effectively to both support and challenge students. They set high expectations and use a range of strategies to encourage independent study skills in preparation for further and higher education.”
View Norton Canes High School’s latest Ofsted report