68-74 Station Road
|Department for Education URN||103112 Tables|
|Headmistress||Mrs Claire Osborn|
|Age||2 to 16|
|Enrolment||249 as of November 2015[update]|
|Houses||Warren (Yellow) and Connaught (Blue)|
|Colour(s)||Blue and Yellow|
The school was founded in 1923, and has been owned privately throughout its history.
In 1996 Normanhurst became part of the Oak-Tree Group of Schools under the ownership of the Hagger Family. The Oak-Tree Schools are a group of four privately owned independent schools, comprising Braeside School in Buckhurst Hill, Oaklands School in Loughton, Coopersale Hall School in Epping and Normanhurst School.
The school is an all-through independent day school for girls and boys aged 21/2 to 16.
The Oak-Tree Group of Schools
The four schools in the Oak-Tree Group are located within a 6-mile radius on the South West Essex/North London borders and include Braeside School in Buckhurst Hill, Coopersale Hall School in Epping, Normanhurst School in North Chingford and Oaklands School in Loughton.
- "Normanhurst School - North Chingford, North East London / Essex Borders Privately-owned independent day school for boys and girls". normanhurstschool.co.uk.
- "School History - Independent School - Normanhurst School". normanhurstsch.co.uk.