Norland’s mission is to uphold and enhance our prestigious reputation and provide a bespoke early years higher education, training and consultancy, informed by cutting-edge research, and cultivate outstanding graduates with lifelong career opportunities, professional support and continuous learning.
We often use a phrase at Norland, ‘the College is steeped in history, but focused on the future’. Whilst we are incredibly proud of our heritage and origin, we are constantly looking forward to ensure our training and education is ahead of its time and relevant for the careers our students will go on to pursue. There is an everincreasing demand for Norland graduates who enjoy guaranteed employment opportunities.
Whilst many of the founding principles of Norland have remained the same since Emily Ward started the College, our students are training and working in a very different world and our teaching and curriculum reflects this; but at the centre of everything we do, just as it was 125 years ago, is the health, well-being and education of the children we care for.
One of the smallest institutions in the UK has reached the top 10% for student satisfaction in the 2019 National Student Survey (NSS), the benchmark for measuring the quality of universities from the students themselves.
One of the smallest and most specialist independent higher education institutions in the UK has been awarded a ‘Gold’ rating for the standard of its teaching for the second year running, in the latest government-backed rankings of teaching quality in higher education.
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