Yesterday over 500 school children from 20 schools across Norfolk and Suffolk and Cambridgeshire gathered at the Open in Norwich for the second Michaelmas Mathematics Symposium. The event, organised by Norwich School, aimed to inspire, educate and broaden the horizons of GCSE and A Level mathematicians in Norfolk.
An unprecedented collection of wildlife art called Sketch for Survival will go on view for the very first time at the school’s Crypt Gallery on World Rhino Day, from 10am on Friday 22 September, until 4pm on Saturday 23 September. The exhibition is free and open to members of the public.
School Chaplain Reverend Child is contributing to the ‘Opinion’ section of the EDP throughout the year, along with other members of the local clergy, with a ‘Thought for the Day’. His pieces will come from the perspective of a chaplain, as his first contribution demonstrates well, describing a Norwich School scene from our first day back after the summer holidays.
Ahead of the new academic year, former acting Head of Fourth Form and new Head of Fifth Form Andrew Rowlandson, wrote an article for Norfolk Magazine focussing on one of the great challenges faced by pupils across the country, the step up to senior school.
This last week Norwich School hosted one hundred and fifty of the brightest sixth formers from fifteen state schools around Norfolk and North Suffolk, with students travelling daily from as far as King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth and Thetford.
The school was delighted to celebrate the reopening of the Blake Studio after its redevelopment this week. The new drama, plenary and lecture space will seat just under 200, with retractable seating to allow space for classes.