Midsomer Norton Executive Headteacher chosen for key school support role

The Executive Headteacher and staff at Norton Hill School have been selected for top roles supporting schools in challenging circumstances and training new teachers.

Alun Williamsis one of more than 50 headteachers to be appointed to the role of national leader of education in the latest recruitment round.

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Dragonfly & MNSP latest communication to Parents/Carers - 13.04.18

Following our earlier communication to you, we are now in a position to update you further.  Over the last few months Dragonfly Education Trust and Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership have been in detailed discussions to explore the potential for more formal collaboration in the future, including a possible merger of ...

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Midsomer Norton Schools' Partnership Students Awarded Prestigious Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award

Monday 19th March saw six former Norton Hill and MSN Sixth Form students travel to St James's Palace in London to receive their Gold Duke of Edinburgh award certificates from Prince Edward.  Katie Belson, Dan Jennings, Olivia Tucker, Olivia Sheppard, Cosima Burgess and Owen Hapgood attended along with friends and ...

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First Annual “Speak Out” Competition

On Tuesday 30th January, Year 5 and 6 pupils from The Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership gathered at Norton Hill School for the first annual “Speak Out!” competition. Teams of three pupils from Clutton Primary School, Midsomer Norton Primary School, Trintiy Church School, Welton Primary School, High Littleton CofE Primary School, ...

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Schools Recognised for Putting Value into Volunteering

Somervale and Norton Hill schools have recently been recognised by the South West Office of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme for putting value into volunteering. Headteachers Jo Postlethwaite and Gordon Green received certificates which showed their students have undertaken nearly £12,000 worth of volunteering activities in the local community ...

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Proposed new primary school, housing and residential care for Midsomer Norton

Plans will be on public display for a much needed new 630 place primary school off Silver Street in Midsomer Norton.  The proposals also include some additional development which will be a mix of residential, a care home and sheltered housing together with improvements to the local highway, traffic calming, ...

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