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Norwich School is committed to providing outreach opportunities and carrying out partnership work with regional, national and international organisations. Our ethos talks of a loving and compassionate community and one of our key aims is to prepare our young people for a lifetime of leadership and service. 

Our pupils and staff are actively encouraged to undertake voluntary activities in the wider community, from fundraising to helping out with practical tasks like gardening or working with food banks. 

Just some of the areas that we support include:

  • Access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths subjects;
  • Literacy and language
  • Access to Higher Education
  • The Arts
  • Sport
  • Local community
  • Local education
  • Wider education
  • Charity

A summary of the work conducted by the school can be found in our Reaching Out booklet.

Our 2017-18 Reaching Out booklet can be found here.

Click links to Mr Griffiths' article for Insight and Mrs Hill's article for Optimus Education.

For any enquiries from potential new partnerships, please contact


Here are some of our current outreach activities:

Norfolk Cambridge Society Lecture 

Thursday 26th September - Norwich School Blake Studio - 6.30pm

Join Norwich School and the Norfolk Cambridge Society for a lecture given by Professor Andy Parker, Head of the Cavendish Laboratory and Professor of High Energy Physics at the University of Cambridge. He will be speaking on the subject of "Higgs Bosons, Black Holes and the Structure of Space: News from the Frontiers of Physics and the Large Hadron Collider". He will also describe some of his recent work looking for black holes in the data produced by the Large Hadron Collider, explaining why he regards such work as both safe and fascinating and how it could lead us to discover a universe with hidden dimensions and parallel worlds. 

Tickets are priced at £15 per person, however, for people in full-time adult education, for senior citizens over 60 and for all tickets bought and paid for before Friday 23 August, the price will be reduced to £10 per person.

To purchase tickets, please email, stating the number you require of each category.

The Norfolk Cambridge Society Lectures are held four times a year, with the aim of bringing distinguished speakers to Norwich, celebrating the rigorous pursuit and dissemination of truth and making a significant contribution to the intellectual life of the county. 


Lower School Fabulous Fun Day

Saturday 9th November 2019 - Norwich Lower School - 9.30am-12pm 

This annual event for children up to and including those currently in year 5, takes place in November at the Lower School. Participants will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a range of age-appropriate, fun-filled activities. It is a fantastic way for children to experience the school environment, meet staff and see the facilities. 

Register for this event here.


Be a Chorister Day

Saturday 2nd November 2019 - Norwich Cathedral - 11am-4.30pm 

Does your son or daughter enjoy singing? This event is open for boys and girls aged 6-11 for a fun day of music-making, when children can enjoy singing together as a group,  take part in musical fun and games, have a go at Samba drumming and sing in Norwich Cathedral alongside our Cathedral choristers. For parents there is the opportunity to find out about musical opportunities at Norwich Cathedral and Norwich School, ask questions about what is involved in the life of a chorister, hear about our new Cathedral Children’s Choir and meet current chorister parents.

Register for this event here.


Sensational Science Workshops

Norwich Lower School

The Lower School is delighted to invite pupils from local primary schools for a day of scientific learning with our resident scientist Mr Worton. Pupils will don lab coats and goggles to become "mini scientists" for the day, which will conclude in the launch of a class rocket. We look forward to welcoming more primary schools in the Summer Term.

For more information about Sensational Science workshops, please email