Lower School news

Date: 22.04.2024

On Monday 22 April we were delighted to welcome author and illustrator Ivan Bates to Norwich Lower School for a captivating event based around his latest book, Keep Up Duck! Reception and Lower One pupils were treated to an immersive experience filled with creativity and storytelling.

Date: 18.04.2024

This morning, we held the first Year 3 Primary Maths Challenge at Norwich School. It was a competition created in collaboration with five Norfolk Primary schools; Coltishall Primary School, Priory Primary School, Sprowston Junior School, White Woman Lane Junior School and Norwich School.

Date: 28.03.2024

Dancer and actress Joanne Clifton recently graced the cast of Shrek Jr. with an unforgettable workshop experience.

Date: 25.03.2024

In a burst of energy and creativity, children from across the Lower School came together for a dynamic dance performance, dazzling family and friends with their exuberant moves. The theme of the day was colour, and the stage was alive with a kaleidoscope of hues as dancers brought their interpretations to life.

Date: 19.03.2024

The spotlight shone brightly on the talented pupils of Upper 3 as they took to the stage in a triumphant production of 'Shrek Jr.' at The Garage Theatre Norwich. Over the course of three sold-out shows, audiences were treated to an unforgettable journey through the whimsical world of Shrek and his beloved fairy tale companions.

Date: 15.03.2024

A busy term of charity and partnership activities including for Comic Relief.

Date: 13.03.2024

Norwich Lower School were delighted once again to be part of the Norfolk County Music Festival. Three choirs from the Lower School performed at The Kings Centre in Norwich.

Date: 12.03.2024

Our Lower 2 pupils travel from the Cathedral Close to the big city! Their London adventure started the minute they were off the train, navigating the London Underground's steep escalators, busy platforms and complicated maps, en route to the British Museum via their youth hostel.

Date: 11.03.2024

Our 'Dance for Performance Group' has secured their place in the National Finals of the Great Big Dance Off, set to take place at Oxford New Theatre in June.

Date: 08.03.2024

World Book Week brought a wave of excitement to the Lower School as pupils immersed themselves in a week-long celebration of reading and storytelling.

Date: 07.03.2024

The Lent Term Informal concerts concluded last night with pupils from Lower 1, Upper 1 and Lower 2 who transported the audience into a world of musical wonder.

Date: 28.02.2024

Lower Three pupils enjoyed an exciting hands on print workshop with local artist Amelia Bowman. Amelia is best known for her colourful intaglio collograph prints inspired by nature and wildlife.

Date: 15.02.2024

In a recent Informal Drama Session, children showcased their talents through captivating performances of LAMDA pieces, including monologues and duologues.

Date: 15.02.2024

Pupils in Lower 1 recently delved into the world of the Gingerbread Man as part of their curriculum. They enthusiastically explored the tale, analysing its characters and plot points. They built on this in a hands-on learning opportunity of making their own gingerbread men!

Date: 09.02.2024

On Friday 9 February, The Norwich Lower School enjoyed another fantastic House Challenge Day. Despite the weather not being the most cooperative, the pupils had a brilliant day full of excitement, teamwork and friendly competition.

Date: 08.02.2024

U2 Pupils enjoyed a fun packed Informal Concert last night in the Lower School Hall showcasing some wonderful playing. 

Date: 07.02.2024

It is not for the faint hearted when nine-year-olds take on Shakespearian productions, but on the evening of 7th February 2024 a packed Blake studio saw L3 pupils tackle two of the Bard’s biggest challenges: a double bill of ‘The Scottish Play’, followed by Romeo and Juliet.

Date: 07.02.2024

Forty-Eight pupils embarked on a trip back in time to Eboracum,

Date: 02.02.2024

On Friday February 2, the Lower School hosted 8 other schools in the annual Inter Schools Cross-Country event. With over 240 runners, it was a huge success.

Date: 02.02.2024

In an enriching educational outing, children from Lower 1 had the unique opportunity to step back in time and immerse themselves in the life and work of Florence Nightingale at the Bridewell Museum.