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Senior School news

Date: 22.01.2020

Norwich School pupils performed a varied repertoire of musical theatre songs, including popular favourites from Les Miserables and Gilbert and Sullivan.

Date: 21.01.2020

Ten pupils have qualified to represent Norfolk at the Anglian Schools Cross Country Championship event in Boston, Lincolnshire on 1st February 2020.

Date: 21.01.2020

The first Making Musician concert of 2020 took place on Thursday 16th January in the South Transept of Norwich Cathedral. Making Musicians is a developmental arts enrichment programme for exceptional musical talent.

Date: 11.12.2019

The Junior Dance Festival showcased a fantastic range of dance from pupils at Norwich School. The performances took place on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th December 2019 in the school's own Blake Studio.

Date: 09.12.2019

A group of pupils from Norwich School’s Green Group have been putting their green fingers to good use by helping Bishop Graham plant a fruit orchard in his beautiful garden to help welcome him into his new role. Even Steffan Griffiths, Norwich School’s Head Master, got involved.

Date: 09.12.2019

Our annual candlelit Christmas Carol service 'A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols' took place on Sunday 8th December in Norwich Cathedral.

Date: 06.12.2019

A group of younger Music Scholars enjoyed a trip to the Theatre Royal in Norwich on Thursday 5th December to see an opera performance.

Date: 05.12.2019

Year 5 pupils from Mile Cross Primary School entered the Dragons’ Den this week, in the finale of a project aimed at inspiring young business minds and raising aspirations.

Date: 03.12.2019

On Wednesday 27th November U6 Business Enterprise pupils delivered Business Plan presentations at the Enterprise Centre, in collaboration with the Norwich Business School at UEA.

Date: 26.11.2019

Norwich School has again been placed above all other independent schools in Norfolk and Suffolk in the annual Parent Power Schools Guide, published by The Sunday Times at the weekend. The guide lists the highest-achieving secondary schools in the UK and is particularly respected because it combines performance at both GCSE and A Level. It also compares performance from year to year to give an indication of consistency over time and it incorporates remarks to iron out anomalies from results day.

Date: 26.11.2019

Six Lower 5 Norwich School pupils attended a science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) event at the University Technical College Norwich on Monday 25th November.

Pupils got the opportunity to design and build an underwater submersible vehicle to survey the ocean floor and assist with the removal of plastic and other damaging pollutants from the marine environment. Pupils got to design a robot, program and optimise it all whilst planning and delivering a marketing pitch. The group then displayed the robot's performance in front of an expert audience and teams from nine other regional schools.

Our pupils successfully completed the project and gave an outstanding presentation and demonstration of their vehicle.

Mr Hall, Head of Physics at Norwich School, said: "Pupil behaviour was impeccable and they were a credit to the school."

Pupils that took part were: Naraen Prabhaker, Edward Pearson, Matthew Hudson, Lauren Carter, Jemima Gotto and Jemima Hill.

Date: 22.11.2019

This week saw the beginning of our second annual Dragons' Den project with Mile Cross Primary School's Year 5 children. 

Date: 21.11.2019

The Cricketer magazine has named Norwich School as one of the top 100 Senior Schools in its Schools Guide 2020. The guide features the top 100 senior schools in a bumper 124-page supplement.

Date: 19.11.2019

On Tuesday 19th November, pupils from 25 schools across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire gathered at the fourth Norfolk Mathematics Symposium, which took place at Norwich Open. The event, organised by Norwich School, aimed to bring maths outside the classroom and inspire children.

Date: 19.11.2019

The Norwich School Crypt Gallery is excited to be showcasing the work of five creative design agencies in a rare graphic design exhibition this November. The exhibition is titled Share and is "something of a rarity" reported the Creative Review

Date: 18.11.2019

The last few days have seen some great action on the netball court, with several Norwich School teams playing in the County Finals and progressing through to the Regional Finals. An outstanding performance from the Under 14 team means that they go through as County Champions. The Under 19 and Under 16 National Schools go through as runners-up.

Congratulations to all players and good luck in the next round.

Date: 15.11.2019

Norwich School is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Creativity Award at the TES Independent School Awards 2020.

Date: 15.11.2019

Upper Sixth pupil, Dani Long-Martinez, attended the Walter Lawrence Trophy Awards dinner in the Long Room at Lords Cricket Ground after winning the 2019 award for the Best School Innings vs Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) with 158 not out for Norwich School 1st XI. 

Date: 14.11.2019

The Senior School musical, Fame, wowed its opening night audience at the Norwich Playhouse on Wednesday 13th November.