Hello to the confused one
Your answer impressed me. I had imagined two types of young people asking such a question. I imagine that you belong to the pleasant type.
Now I'm a little sorry for the sarcasm - but my compliment how great you reacted to it!
Now to your question.
It has been some time since I last came into contact with Norton. For a normal user it was already difficult back then and will be almost impossible today.
With reasonable effort and without leaving traces I would suggest the following way. You start the PC from a USB stick.
Two steps are necessary:
create a bootable USB stick
In short, this means that the (complete) Windows operating program is copied to a USB stick and then the internal hard disk is replaced by this USB stick.
Instructions on how to create a bootable USB stick can easily be found on the Internet and Microsoft provides tools for this. If you can't install programs (this tool) on your computer, you might have a friend who can do this for you. It is really not difficult.
If you install programs and the question appears whether the program should be installed for all users or just for you, choose "just for you". This makes it invisible to everyone else.
set the boot order in BIOS/UEFI
When your computer is turned on, the first thing it must do is search for "Windows". The options are drives like the internal hard disk, CD drives, USB sticks, but also the network. The search order is set in the BIOS/UEFI of your computer. The "Windows" that the computer finds first is started and almost all computers search the internal hard disk first and start the "Windows" installed there. But in the BIOS/UEFI you can set that your computer should search for a USB stick first and only then on the internal hard disk.
The computer will then boot (from the USB stick) like new, as if you had just taken it out of the store. You are the only user and have full access rights. The internal hard disk of the computer should then appear as another hard disk.
This may sound very complicated, but on the internet (even for inexperienced users) you can easily find a description.
If you want to outsmart a computer, you have to learn a little bit about its technology
I would try this way first, before I try again.
But there is a catch here as well. If you start from a USB stick, you will not leave any traces on the computer! Depending on how thoroughly your parents control you, it could be that no usage time will be displayed (logged) for you even though you were at the computer.
The only really better alternative would be to spy out the password of an administrator (your parents) and create a new (administrator) user account. Again, be careful, because the new user will appear as a selection on the login screen (or you can delete the account after each session).