Senior School news

Date: 21.03.2018

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

Date: 06.03.2018

On Monday 5th March the Norwich School Junior Choir, as well as pupils James Thistlewood, Alice Palmer, Jeffrey Chung and Brooke Elley, performed to residents of The Great Hospital, Norwich. 

Date: 22.02.2018

Norwich School pupils, whom are part of our Making Musicians group, went to Sprowston Day Centre Luncheon Club to play their instruments for the elderly. 

Date: 31.01.2018

Director of Music at Norwich School Richard Allain, has cemented his long-standing relationship with Novello & Company Limited with an exclusive publishing contract.

Date: 29.01.2018

The first for 2018 Making Musicians took place on the 25th January. The day consisted of workshops on composition and a concert in Norwich Cathedral. 

Date: 26.01.2018

This years UNPLUGGED event didn't fail to disappoint the audience at the Norwich Playhouse on Thursday 25th January. 

Date: 17.01.2018

Norwich School’s Choral Society, in association with the London Mozart Players, to perform their annual Spring concert at St Andrew's Hall, 21st March 2018.

Date: 20.12.2017

The 26th Dyers concert took place on Friday 8th December in the School Chapel. 

Date: 15.12.2017

Our annual candlelit Christmas Carol service 'A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols' took place on Sunday 10th December in the Norwich Cathedral. 

Date: 08.12.2017

The Senior Band played a festive and interactive programme for residents of Norfolk care homes.

Date: 05.12.2017

On the evening of Friday 1st December, Norwich School pupils organised a charity singer-songwriter event which took place in the Blake Studio.

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: 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: 25.10.2017

Norwich School was delighted to be strongly represented at the Norfolk Arts Awards, part of the annual Hostry Festival, on Friday 20th October. 

Date: 13.10.2017

Preparations are in full swing as Norwich School prepares to host The Hostry Festival Classical Concert in the Blake Studio on Sunday evening. The evening is a brand new event for the Hostry Festival which hopes to celebrate Norfolk’s young emerging musicians.

Date: 13.10.2017

On Wednesday 11th October, selected members of the Chapel Choir travelled to London to sing at the Annual Dyer’s Service.

Date: 29.09.2017

The Blake Studio hosted a revival of a Norwich School tradition on Thursday night, as E23 Radio presented Bandfest - a night of rock music from Norwich School's budding (and established) rock stars. 

Date: 28.09.2017

On Tuesday 26th September, the entire senior school gathered in St. Andrew’s Hall for the culmination of this year’s House Music Festival. This comprised of the performances for the Bernard Burrell Memorial Prize, as well as each house’s House Shout.