Norlington 6th Form
Waltham Forest, United Kingdom
About Norlington 6th Form
Norlington School and 6th Form is an all boys, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, serving students from the age of 11-16. The secondary school, situated in Leyton has approximately 444 pupils on record. It has a co-educational sixth form for students between the ages of 16-18, which opened in 2015.
Formerly Norlington Road Council School, Norlington School was established in 1902 as a mixed all-through school. In 1948 it became single sex. In 2013, it was identified as good by Ofsted.
Mr J Hernandez
Values and vision
Norlington School and 6th Form wants all students to achieve to the highest of their ability, with the belief that everyone has the ability to accomplish their goals and ambitions. The secondary school wants to provide a stimulating learning environment where pupils feel inspired to achieve, and are supported and guided by caring and dedicated teachers. The school’s motto is “Wisdom is Strength,” wanting to nurture students skills, knowledge and values so that they can succeed and throughout their adult life. Norlington School and 6th Form encourages students to get involved with extra-curricular activities to further develop their skills outside the classroom and gain confidence in their abilities. The school holds specialism in Maths and Computing, along with a Healthy Schools status, Investors in People award.
“The quality of teaching is good because in most lessons students are clear about what they are learning and they are engaged in the activities or tasks. In many lessons, there are opportunities for students to discuss and share ideas with their peers so that they achieve well and make good progress.”