Young Norfolk Arts Festival
Friday 28 June to Sunday 7 July 2013
Lower School Trinity Term Weekly News (week 4)
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ON: Class of 2003, 10 Year Reunion (Refectory)
National Schools Regatta ends
Scouts: Lowestoft Sailing Course (Royal Norfolk & Suffolk Yacht Club, Lowestoft). Ends 16:00 on Friday 31 May.
Term dates 12-13
Starts Wed 5 September, 2012
Half term: Thurs 25 Oct - Mon 5 Nov, 2012
Finishes Fri 14 Dec, 2012
Starts Tue 8 Jan, 2013
Half term: Sat 16 Feb - Sun 24 Feb, 2013
Finishes Fri 22 Mar, 2013
Starts Tue 16 Apr, 2013
Half term: Sat 25 May - Sun 2 Jun, 2013
Finishes Fri 5 July, 2013
FRIENDS CLOTHING SALES
Sales are held between 10am and 12 noon on the following days:
Saturday 25 May 2013
Saturday 6 July 2013
Saturday 31 August 2013
ON Science and Medicine Professional Networking Evening
9 March 2012
The second in the School’s series of ON Professional Networking evenings took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in London yesterday. These evenings are designed to allow ONs to renew acquaintances with former pupils of Norwich School, to develop relationships and contacts in their field of interest, and to learn more about their chosen profession. On this occasion, the inaugural event for Science and Medicine, we were delighted to welcome ONs including pupils who are now studying Medicine or Natural Sciences at University, University Professors and Senior Lecturers, medical practitioners, ONs with a commercial or charitable interest in science and medicine, and those interested in the sector including investors, management consultants and, as was the case last night, a former teacher of Chemistry at Norwich School (Bob Worley).
The evening was addressed by two ONs, namely Dr Wade-Martins, University Lecturer and Group Head of Molecular Neuro-degeneration and Gene Therapy at the University of Oxford, and by Professor Tom Robinson, Professor of Stroke Medicine, Deputy Head of Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, Honorary Consultant Physician at University Hospitals of Leicester. Dr Wade-Martins focused on the challenges (and joys) of running a University research team while Prof Robinson spoke about the critical role his research network are playing in rolling out stroke prevention measures nationally. Both presentations were excellent and the School and its Development Office are most grateful to Dr Wade-Martins and to Prof Robinson for their invaluable contribution.
The event was held in the fascinating Hunterian Museum where a stunning array of anatomical objects, including the Evelyn tables and the skeleton of the “Irish Giant” Charles Byrne, is beautifully displayed.
We would like to thank all those who attended yesterday’s event and we look forward to the next Law Networking Evening and to other similar events for different sectors which are currently being planned.
Bursar & Development Director