The Western Gazette published a piece on Norland’s rich 131-year history and involvement with the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) on 16 March.

Norland has been well integrated within its home city of Bath since it moved to the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. As a member of the Bath branch of the RCS for several years, Norland announced its first Royal Commonwealth Society Scholar in 2022.

Most recently, Norland hosted members of the RCS in a visit to learn more about the Norland training programme, and the 100% employability opportunities open to graduates through the in-house employment agency.

Chair of the RCS Bath and District Branch, Godfrey Hall, writes about the visit to Norland and the upcoming graduation ceremonies. The article was published in print, and can be read through a subscription service.

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Norland launches world’s first research journal dedicated to home-based early childhood education and care (Nanny Magazine)

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Dr Janet Rose: The nanny industry has ‘untapped’ potential to solve the childcare crisis (Nursery World)

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Inspiring lifelong learners in the Newly Qualified Nanny year (Early Years Educator)

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Student shares Norland experience on Bore Cothi (BBC Radio Cymru)

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The Norland reputation

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