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World-renowned TEF Gold-rated training

You’ll benefit from the highest quality teaching and learning in the UK and one of the highest undergraduate degree student success rates - 95% from enrolment to completion (Set 37).

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Small class sizes; top 10% for student satisfaction

You’ll study at a top 10% UK higher education provider for student satisfaction (NSS 2020) and benefit from small class sizes and a high student support staff to student ratio of 7:1.

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Lifelong support and training with the Agency

As a Norlander, you'll receive support and advice throughout your career from the Norland Agency and have exclusive access to Continuing Professional Development training.

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Guaranteed employment opportunities

Once qualified, you'll enjoy 100% employability with your pick of probationary nanny roles and six permanent jobs for every Norlander seeking one through the Norland Agency.

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At Norland, you’ll study two distinct qualifications that perfectly blend academic and practical training, and complete 1,216 hours in a range of placement settings.

Emily’s story

Third-year student Emily (Set 42) opens up about the challenges she's overcome to study at Norland, the support she's received during her studies and how the small number of students creates a family feel.

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Ike’s story

Ike (Set 43) discusses why he wants to work in the early years, the importance of more males in the industry and studying at Norland.

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Steeped in history, but focused on the future

Founded in 1892 by educational pioneer Emily Ward, Norland was the first educational establishment to offer any kind of childcare training. World-famous for providing the very best early years training and education, Norland remains cutting-edge. Today’s students pursue the most up-to-date academic childcare training and the highest practice standards in line with the latest research.

Read about our heritage, ethos and vision
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Browse our blog and latest news

One of Norland’s first male graduates reflects on his career so far

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National Careers Week: Amalia’s career as a nanny so far

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Third-year student Rosanna reflects on weaning and fussy eating masterclass

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“The research made me reflect strongly on my practice. I realised it was crucial to reflect on what personal bias I bring to work in all areas, be it within gender, race or sexuality.”

Have you read Georgia-May's blog on how #earlyyears practitioners can help reduce the gender achievement gap? Read it now on our website for some great tips and advice!

To explore this subject further, Georgia-May has recently been accepted to study a master's in social justice and education! Congratulations Georgia-May! 👏

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