Scholarships are assessed by: examination, interview and audition and reward pupils with outstanding ability and flair that will make a significant contribution to the School in their area of particular skill. Pupils may apply for more than one scholarship but may only be awarded a maximum of two scholarships at any one time.
Scholarships are open to pupils currently attending the school or who are making an application to join the school.
The financial value of a scholarship is up to 10% of the annual tuition fee, irrespective of parental means. Scholarships are awarded in six categories: Academic, Music and Sport awarded at 11+, 13+ and Sixth Form entry and Art, Design & Drama which are awarded only at Sixth Form entry.
Scholarships are held by the pupil throughout their time at Norwich School subject to meeting the scholarship's conditions.
You can download the Music scholarship application form below:
Sport scholarship is awarded to a candidate with outstanding ability who will make a significant contribution to the sporting life of the school.
All sport scholarship applicants will be expected to submit a short CV detailing their significant sporting achievements. A brief supporting statement from (an accredited) coach or equivalent in the sports offered will also be required along with a completed sport scholarship questionnaire. The Sports Department will then undertake a paper assessment of all applicants and successful candidates will be invited for a day of tests, sports specific sessions and interviews.
Brief guidelines are as follows:
11+ Candidates: Have potential to play ‘A’ team sport in at least two of Norwich School’s core sports (Rugby, Hockey, Netball and Cricket).
13+ Candidates: Ability to contribute to ‘A’ team sport in one or more of Norwich School’s core sports (Rugby, Hockey, Netball, Cricket and Rowing). Current representation in one of these sports is preferable. Or, National level representation in a recognised Norwich School sport.
16+ Candidates: Ability to play at 1st team sport level in one or more of Norwich School’s core sports and be performing at a county/regional level.Or, be part of a recognised elite pathway programme. Advantageous to have some experience of working with younger pupils in sport.
You can download the sport scholarship questionnaire here: