All the teachers are incredibly passionate about their subjects. They spread their energy and enthusiasm to us all.Jiaqi, Year 6
The curriculum at Norland Place aims to provide pupils with a stimulating and broad education.
Whilst emphasis is placed upon the core subjects of Maths, English and Science pupils receive specialist lessons in an array of subjects every day from Reception through to Year 6.
Our structured approach to learning means that the most able are stretched whilst individual support is available for those who need extra attention.
In addition to substantial and varied class libraries in every classroom, children from Year 2 upwards are free to use Norland’s extensive school library. From exciting non fiction and classic titles through to the latest teen fiction, Norland pupils are given every opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of literature.
Exams have been tough; a challenge, but this has built me up and I know I’m going to a great school that’s right for me.Alba, Year 6
Over many years we have built up a strong relationship with some of the leading public and independent schools across the country. In Year 5 our senior leadership team and specialist staff begin the process of helping parents select the school which is right for their child and this process continues throughout Year 6.
Exit Schools 2020/21 – Places offered
- City of London – 1 (1 Drama Scholarship)
- Downe House – 2
- Francis Holland (NW1) – 5 (1 Academic Scholarship, 1 Academic Exhibition (Section Francaise), 1 Art Exhibition)
- Francis Holland (SW1) – 15
- Godolphin & Latymer – 2
- Harrodian – 1
- Kensington Park – 1
- Latymer Upper – 1
- Maida Vale – 1
- More House – 1
- Notting Hill & Ealing – 5
- Putney High – 2
- Queen’s College – 5 (1 Major Academic Scholarship, 2 Academic Scholarships)
- Queen’s Gate – 4
- South Hampstead High – 1
- St Mary’s Ascot – 1
- Wycombe Abbey – 1