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Senior School news

Date: 18.10.2018

Norwich School pupil sailing update, October 2018 

Date: 17.10.2018

The entire school gathered this morning to remember our most famous ON, Horatio Nelson, at the annual Trafalgar Day Service. Even our youngest pupils (aged 4) gathered around the statue of Lord Nelson and stood in silence as trumpeters played the Last Post and Reveille.

Date: 12.10.2018

On Wednesday 10th October, thirty two members of the school's Chapel Choir travelled to London to sing for the annual Dyers' Service at St James Garlickhythe in the City of London.

Date: 11.10.2018

Richard Halsall (ex. England Cricket fielding coach and Bangladesh assistant coach) visited Norwich School on Wednesday 10th October to run an assessment day which will assist selection for the 2018/19 intake for the Cricket Academy (a partnership between Sussex County Cricket Club and Norwich School).

Date: 10.10.2018

Norwich School pupils from Intermediate Orchestra are invited at the beginning of each academic year to an afternoon’s workshop at Town Close School, Norwich School took 23 musicians this year. 

Date: 10.10.2018

Norwich School and Jarrold, in association with his publishers, Pan Macmillan, are delighted to welcome C.J. Sansom to Norwich for a unique event to celebrate the publication of Tombland on Saturday 3rd November 2018 from 1pm - 3.30pm . The book is the seventh in the author’s epic series of best-selling and critically acclaimed historical novels featuring the lawyer Matthew Shardlake. 

Date: 09.10.2018

Norwich School pupil Amy Buck (L6P) has been selected for the Rank Leadership Programme 2018. 

The programme accepts around 40 pupils each year from across the UK. Pupils are put forward by their school for having 'outstanding leadership potential'. 

Date: 09.10.2018

U6 devised play "Game of Secrets" has gone on tour to various secondary schools in Norfolk this autumn.

Date: 03.10.2018

On Friday 21st September, 300 people attended the annual Norfolk Youth Cricket dinner and award presentation evening. Several Norwich School pupils attended the event, and some were presented with awards during the evening.

Date: 02.10.2018

In Cathedral Assembly on 2nd October, Norwich School pupils and staff got the chance to hear all about 'Seeing Things', an innovative art exhibition in which local artists have represented the ‘hallucinations’ of visually-impaired and blind people suffering from a common but little understood condition. 

Date: 01.10.2018

What does happiness mean to you? Lower 4 have been discussing this topic 

Date: 25.09.2018

The entire senior school gathered today in St. Andrew’s Hall for the culmination of this year’s House Music Festival.  A high level of choral and instrumental pieces were performed across two days, with pupils keen to collect points for their house. The Principal Adjudicator was Sara Brimer Davey, who joined the world-renowned Swingles in 2009.

Date: 18.09.2018

Norwich School are proud to present an exhibition showcasing artwork by GCSE pupils at Norwich School, working in the disciplines of graphic design, photography, fine art, 3D design and textiles. 

Date: 17.09.2018

On Thursday 13th September pupils from the Upper Fifth to Upper Sixth were fortunate to spend some time at Norwich Crown Court. 

Date: 12.09.2018

Norwich School are delighted to announce that pupil, Brooke Elley, has been selected as a finalist in the BBC Young Chorister of the Year competition.

Date: 11.09.2018

35 teams of staff and pupils, from the 4th to 6th form, entered this years Norwich School Share Traders competition. The competition was run by the Economics & Business Enterprise Department and Gartley Society, sponsored by the Friends of Norwich School. 

Date: 10.09.2018

On Friday 7th September, Norwich School celebrated its pupils' successes with the school's annual Prizegiving, set in the magnificent Norwich Cathedral. The evening was a fantastic celebration of the 2017/18 year at Norwich School.

Date: 08.09.2018

The Royal Geographical Society has recently elected Dr Anthony Speca to its body of Fellows, in recognition of his Arctic-related work. Dr Speca is a teacher of Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Norwich School. 

Date: 07.09.2018

Norwich School pupil, Charlie O'Shea, came second place at the Norwich Ski Club Farmers Jam on the first weekend of September. Charlie took part in the Snowboarding, 16-29 year old, category.