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Senior School news

Date: 16.05.2019

In April 2019 Norwich School pupils, Harry Peachment and James Hill, were awarded the Queen's Scout Award. Harry and James joined cubs together, aged 7, over 11 years ago. The boys set out at the end of their Middle 5 year to try and complete all of the top awards in scouting. They completed this mammoth task by achieving the most prestigious award in scouting, the Queen Scout Award, the highest youth award achievable in the scouting movement in the Commonwealth. It is the ultimate goal of a progressive award scheme and is achieved by completing a rigorous set of activities of which the Gold Duke of Edinburgh award is one. 

Date: 08.03.2019

Two Norwich School pupils have been shortlisted for the Norfolk Youth Awards 2019, organised by city centre youth charity, OPEN Youth Trust (OPEN). These awards highlight young people’s astonishing achievements and to give them the recognition and encouragement they deserve. This is the second year that OPEN has organised these awards.   


Date: 08.02.2019

Norwich School pupil, Billy White, has been shortlisted for the Norfolk Youth Awards 2019 in the Arts category. The award ‘recognises outstanding achievement in an artistic field’ and the winners will be announced at a ceremony on 24th April at the Open, Norwich.

Date: 06.11.2018

Saturday 3rd November saw Norwich School host the first in a series of Maths Masterclasses for local Year 5 Pupils and their parents. The day saw 50 families from a range of Norfolk primary schools experience a morning of maths exploration and learning.

Date: 01.11.2018

Norwich School Amnesty Group were busy last academic year raising awareness of modern slavery. 

Following a talk by anti-slavery activist Mark Little, Norwich School Amnesty Group decided to lend a hand at combating this crime, which is estimated to result in some 40 million people being enslaved worldwide.

The school’s Amnesty Group organised a variety musical evening, with the hope to raise the balance of funds required to help an anti-slavery organisation called 'YouCanFreeUs' operating in Mumbai, India, to acquire a bus. The bus was needed to help with the rehabilitation of the women and girls rescued from sexual exploitation in the Indian State of Maharashtra.

Date: 09.10.2018

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

Date: 09.07.2018

On Thursday 28th June, six Upper 5 pupils spent a day volunteering at the Nancy Oldfield trust.

Date: 22.06.2018

In Cathedral Assembly, on Thursday 21st, the Norwich School Amnesty International Group handed-over Welcome Kits to English + to give to refugees who have been granted asylum in the UK. The contents for 8 full packs were collected by Tutor groups across the Senior School.