It is expected that all young people who attend Notton House School wear the school uniform during the school day. The uniform includes green polo shirts (with logo), green jumper, black trousers and black leather shoes. Parents/Carers are expected to purchase their childs uniform on admission. Further replacement items can be purchased through the School Bursar. The young people are allowed to wear more informal, casual clothes during the evening.
The school has an agreed kit which must be worn for P.E and games, including sports matches. This consists of a white polo shirt (with logo), and green shorts. Trainers with black soles are not allowed in the Sports Hall. Parent/Carers are expected to purchase these items and ensure their child has the right items of clothing in school. They can be purchased through the school, please contact the School Bursar.
Please take the time to look though our website and find out more about Notton House School. We welcome visits by prospective parents/carers. Please contact us through the links provided if you have any queries or wish to organise a visit. We are constantly seeking to improve our provision and the views of the young people and their parents/carers are of great importance to us.
|Notton House School - Cost of Uniform September 2014|
Each care base and/or class within the school have a pupil representative who they elect every year to be part of the School Council. This consists of 8 boys from across the school who meet every term to discuss current issues, put forward new ideas and feedback on changes within the school. The School Council is overseen by a member of the Behaviour Support Team and meetings are clerked by a member of the Administration Team. All minutes are read by the Head and Chair of Governors and key issues and requests are taken to the termly Pupil Committee of the Governing Body.
“The views of the School Council are actively sought and contribute to the development of the school, pupils have a say and feel valued” OFSTED 2013.
The current School Council is displayed below for your interest.
The Governing Body is composed of volunteers from the community from all walks of life who make a positive contribution to the education of the children within our care. They bring an external perspective to the running of the school and have a key role in decision making and supporting the school. Their role is often described as being ‘a critical friend’.
Specific duties of the governors include:
Working with the Head Teacher to determine the overall direction of the school
- Overseeing the school’s budget
- Helping recruit staff
- Monitoring the performance of the school, e.g. in examinations and key stage tests
- Advising on school policies and procedures.
The Full Governing Body meets once every school term and governors also sit on one of two Committees – the Pupils and Resources Committees – who also meet once each term to focus on specific areas of importance within the school.
Click here for Governors Meeting dates for 2016-17.
Click here for the summary of pecuniary interests of governors at our School.