Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for a school and is an important part of being a school student. Uniform shows that you are part of an organisation. Wearing it says we’re all in this together and adds to the family feel of Norton College that so many people comment on. We sincerely hope that if students wear their uniform with pride, it means they are visibly demonstrating being respectful and buying into what our is all about - namely "beyond expectations".
The link for our uniform supplier is here https://www.uniform-direct.com/acatalog/Norton-College.html
Being part of a community means looking out for others and ensuring their safety and well being. Our uniform can do this in a very important way and this is through the use of face coverings. In line with government guidance on the reopening of school from the 8th March we expect students to wear a face covering when inside the school buildings. This will be reviewed in due course in line with government guidance.
Wearing a Face Covering
Students are expected to wear a face covering at all times on school transport. Students can choose to wear a face covering in school buildings, but this is not compulsory. Wearing a face covering correctly helps protect everyone in our school community.