Senior School news

Date: 22.11.2017

Norwich School pupils Bethan Callow (Flute), James Thistlewood (Trombone), India Riordan (Trumpet) and Barnaby Shaw (Bassoon) took to the stage at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 15th November.

Date: 21.11.2017

Last weekend, Monica Raviraj travelled to Liverpool to represent Great Britain in the Nike Junior International Tennis Tournament.

Date: 21.11.2017

The Friends of Norwich School are the ‘gold adopter’ of the Cathedral Infirmary Doors on display at Norwich Castle.

Date: 20.11.2017

Last week, the 2017 Norwich School Musical, We Will Rock You, ran for 5 performances at Norwich Playhouse. Based on Queen’s greatest hits, the show wowed the audiences, with a fantastic mixture of song and dance.

Date: 20.11.2017

Last week on the 7th November, the High School's Choir Festival was held at St Andrews Hall, in which 300 students from across the county came together to produce a night of beautiful music for the choristers to cherish.

 

Date: 17.11.2017

Last night pupils, parents, ONs and staff were informed and challenged by the leadership journeys of both Lord Dannatt and John Drake, in the Leaders in Conversation event held in the Blake Studio.

Date: 13.11.2017

Last week the U16 and U19 Netball teams both won the title of County Champions in their respective age groups, and will progress to the Regional tournament in January.

Date: 13.11.2017

Making Musicians is a series of 9 recitals given by pupils from Norwich School and occasionally other local schools. It is an opportunity for exceptional musicians to perform in front of an audience in an intimate, but impressive setting. The next performance is on Thursday 25th January 2018 at 1.10pm. Admission is free and all visitors to the Cathedral are welcome to attend.

Date: 10.11.2017

This year’s school musical, Norwich School Presents: We Will Rock You, is now into its last few rehearsals, with the first performance just days away. After 8 weeks of hard work the cast are making their final preparations for a five show run at the Norwich Playhouse, from Wednesday to Saturday next week.

Date: 10.11.2017

Almost 100 adventurous pupils, as well as some parents and staff, braved the burning coals to raise money for charity. All of the pupils found the experience a powerful and invigorating experience, and thankfully everyone came away from the daunting experience without any injuries, with many going back for a second or third walk!

Date: 10.11.2017

On Thursday 9th November, Norwich School welcomed a delegation from the Chinese State Sports General Administration Social Sports Centre to introduce Dragon & Lion Dancing, Roli-Ball and Health Qigon to Norfolk. The Lord Major of Norwich, Councillor David Fullman, was at the event to welcome the delegation and join in with the activities.

Date: 09.11.2017

The U14 Girls hockey team had a very early start on Tuesday as they travelled to represent Norfolk in the Eastern Region Championships, and attempt to qualify for the National Finals.

Date: 08.11.2017

This morning, 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. This year, Dr James Grime spoke on various elements of code-breaking, including discussing the inner workings of an Enigma machine, which he demonstrated an original WWII model stage! Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter discussed abuses of statistics in the media - the "Click-Bait" culture. Both talks were inspirational and thoroughly enjoyed by pupils.

Date: 07.11.2017

On Saturday 4th November, Norwich School pupils were given the opportunity to experience the film industry first-hand as areas of the site were turned into a film set for an upcoming drama, Surveillance.

Date: 07.11.2017

Alex Illing (U4E) travelled to Blackpool at the weekend to compete in the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) Grand Finals. The ISTD is one of the world’s leading dance examination boards and the Grand Finals are well regarded as a national dance competition.

Date: 07.11.2017

International pupil Carson Wong (U6E) was awarded 2nd Runner Up in ‘The Next BMW Designer 2017’ competition. Organised by BMW in Hong Kong, the competition invites young designers aged 10-18 to envisage their future vehicle. 

Date: 06.11.2017

Pupils have collaborated with the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce to host a networking event focussing on company creation.

Date: 06.11.2017

Over half term the geography department took 20 M5 and U5 pupils for a 6 day action packed trip to Iceland.

Date: 06.11.2017

The Art History department had a wonderful sunny visit to Venice in the second week of the half term.

Date: 03.11.2017

During October Half Term, 24 Senior Boys Hockey players travelled to the Midlands to start their preparations for the upcoming hockey season. Off the back of a very successful season last year, combined with a large number of new players vying for positions in the 1st XI; the side were keen to get started early with some tough matches against good opposition to push their skills in a high pressure environment.