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Extra-curricular activity

Spectrum is the name given to the extra-curricular side of school life. There are many disparate areas of life beyond the classroom which serve to fulfil the aim of a broad and varied education. Encompassed within the programme are challenges, opportunities for service, group cooperation, team participation and leadership. All are seen as central to the educational experience of each school member.

Ranging from Sports and Games through to Clubs and Societies, Music and the Creative Arts through to Community Service and charitable giving, extra-curricular activities play a significant role at Norwich School with all staff having some involvement. All pupils have two games sessions per week, over 60% play at least one instrument and many are fully involved in societies. The school boasts the largest Sea Scout group in the country and there are over 130 pupils involved in the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

It is hoped that every pupil will find something from the programme which will influence and stay with them far beyond their school days.

 

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