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Senior School News

Date: 17.04.2018

On 16th April, GB Olympic Gold medallist, Kate Richardson-Walsh (OBE), visited Norwich School. Kate captained the history-making women's hockey team at Rio 2016, which collected the first ever GB Olympic gold medal for women’s hockey.

Date: 17.04.2018

During the Easter break and in the midst of GCSE revision,  Monica Raviraj (U5V) competed in the East Anglia Open 2018 Regional Tennis Tournament. Monica competed in two categories this year, the Women's Singles and the Women's Doubles Championship.

Date: 16.04.2018

Fourteen Norwich School pupils, and one ON, performed at St Peter's Church in Sheringham as part of the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra on the 13th April 2018. The concert was a culmination of of a residential week of music with the NCYO. 

Date: 16.04.2018

'Dozens of computer mad youngsters have given up some of their school holidays to be mentored by local tech professionals' said Matthew Gudgin, of Radio Norfolk, 'the atmosphere is buzzing' he continued to say. 

Date: 16.04.2018

For the 4th  successive year, Emily White (L5N) has been cast from 1000s of auditionees across the country to perform with Youth Music Theatre UK. She will be taking part in a brand new musical, Help! Get me out of this musical, which will premiere at the Wilde Theatre, Berkshire, in August.

 

 

Date: 09.04.2018

Repton House pupils supported the launch of the Repton 200 celebrations, which celebrate the life and work of Humphry Repton, at Aylsham Parish Church.

Date: 05.04.2018

A number of fantastic trips took places this Easter holiday with pupils travelling to a number of European destinations.

Date: 28.03.2018

We are pleased to announce that on Wednesday 18th April, pupils from Lower 4, Upper 4 and Lower 5 will be performing in a selection of three short plays in the Blake Studio. 

Date: 28.03.2018

Sixth Formers have been taking part in the school's Community Service programme, encouraging engagement with the local community to make a positive difference. 

Date: 28.03.2018

Norfolk youth parliament is a group of young people, elected by their peers to stand up for young people in Norfolk and create positive change.

Date: 27.03.2018

The whole school gathered at Mousehold Heath for the annual Cup Run on Tuesday 20th March.

Date: 27.03.2018

The Chemistry Olympiad is the leading chemistry competition for students in secondary education across the UK.

Date: 26.03.2018

The programme consisted of Mozart’s exquisite Coronation Mass, Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, and Rutter’s uplifting setting of African-American spirituals Feel the Spirit.

Date: 21.03.2018

This annual fundraiser brought together the Norwich School community for a night of incredible music, delicious food and dancing.

Date: 15.03.2018

This April, Norwich’s first Techathon sees young people aged 8 to 18 taking on technology challenges set by corporate giants. The two-day event, held at Norwich School on April 12 to 13, is open to anyone, from beginners to tech wizards.

Date: 15.03.2018

On Sunday 11th March, Norfolk took on Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire for a place in the final. The team was made up of 57 people, ranging in age from 11 to 85, and included 14 pupils, parents and staff from Norwich School. The match took place at Shouldham Warren, near Swaffham, and was spread over 9 courses for different ages.

Date: 14.03.2018

Fifteen Norwich School pupils in L5 and M5 helped out with the Food and Farming Discovery Trust inaugural event 'The Science of Farming', which took place at the Norfolk Showground on the 13th March. 

Date: 14.03.2018

For the past rugby season Norwich School pupil Freddie Steward has been a member of the Leicester Tigers Academy.

Date: 14.03.2018

The Norwich School Boat Club attended two National events on Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th. The Schools Head of the River on the Tideway, in London, on Monday and the Scullery Head held on the Olympic Rowing lake at Dorney on Tuesday. The performance of Tuesday was the J14 A Octopule team who won their event by 10 seconds! This is a first for the school. 

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