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Norton & West Chinnock Schools

Learning Together for Excellence

Welcome from the Headteacher

Welcome to our small educational family consisting of Norton Sub Hamdon and West Chinnock Church Schools.

As village schools, we are very much at the centre of the communities that we serve. One of our schools’ greatest strengths is our commitment to supporting our families. We truly believe that a safe, happy and supported child is one who will thrive.

Through this partnership we aim to educate our children to the best of our ability using staff expertise and experience to provide a range of opportunities for all children in a caring, thoughtful, Christian school community.

By emphasising traditional values such as self-discipline, hard work, resilience and respect for others whilst also preparing our students for their future lives in an ever changing world that the quality of education our children receive is extremely high. This is reflected in pupils' achievements both in their academic attainment and their general behaviour and conduct.

Above all our family of schools are happy and caring places, which we hope you will wish to be a part of in the future. 

We hope you get a flavour from the website of our character but to gain a better impression please do come and see us.

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West Chinnock Church School

At the heart of the village of West Chinnock, the school has just under 50 pupils. Children are taught in two classes; Acorn Class (Years R, 1 and 2) and Oak Class (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6).

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Norton Sub Hamdon Church School

The school on its current site on New Road, Norton Sub Hamdon was opened in 1997. It has has just over 100 pupils who are taught in four classes; Willow Class (Year R), Birch Class (Years 1 and 2), Hazel Class (Years 3 and 4) and Rowan Class (Years 5 and 6).

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Our News

17
May

Norton Sub Hamdon News

Weekly Update

At the end of last week, we celebrated Yeovil Town’s National League South Trophy as part of their tour of all local primary schools and emphasise the importance of Yeovil T...
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17
May

West Chinnock News

Weekly Update

At the end of last week, we celebrated Yeovil Town’s National League South Trophy as part of their tour of all local primary schools and emphasise the importance of Yeovil T...
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10
May

Norton Sub Hamdon News

Weekly Update

A good news story this week from the Norton Fiesta!  After taking part in the Teddy Bear Parachute Jump, I am delighted to report that Georgia’s parachuting Tiger was r...
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