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Participation in sport helps pupils acquire valuable life skills: leadership, teamwork, reliability and commitment.

Participation in sport helps pupils acquire valuable life skills: leadership, teamwork, reliability and commitment.

Drama & music increase self-confidence and enhance a pupil's ability to learn

Drama & music increase self-confidence and enhance a pupil's ability to learn

Pupils reason perceptively and think creatively.

“ Pupils reason perceptively and think creatively.” School Inspectors

Pupils benefit immensely from the breadth of the curriculum and the extensive extra-curricular programme

Pupils benefit immensely from the breadth of the curriculum and the extensive extra-curricular programme

Lower School

The Lower School is in the Lower Close (on the east side of the Cathedral) and caters for boys and girls aged 7–11. Its impressive library, sports and play areas, and specialist facilities for art, technology and ICT give pupils the scope to expand their knowledge.

Lower School

Senior School

The Senior School, located in the Upper Close, offers specialised facilities and a broad curriculum. Its pupils, aged 11-18, benefit from opportunities to study exotic languages and philosophy alongside traditional subjects.

Senior School

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Last week, 6th form pupils enjoyed spending time with the residents at Chiswick House care home as part of @NorSchCS http://t.co/jNRcsVTsFy

Tickets for the Friends of Norwich School comedy night are now on sale, Friday 6th Feb at 7.30pm. Book at lsadmin@norwich-school.org.uk

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