Senior School news

Date: 18.05.2018

This year’s Norfolk Summer School is approaching fast. Over 120 Year 12 pupils from Norfolk schools and Sixth Forms will be joining us this year for the programme which offers advice and support to students who are aiming for some of the UK’s most competitive university places.

Date: 03.05.2018

On Thursday 26th April 4 students from Norwich School, Benji Fischer, William Walton, William Amies and Harry Peachment, traveled to Nottingham Warhammer World HQ for the Warhammer 40k School’s League National Semi-Final.

Date: 24.04.2018

The Bronze expedition set off over the weekend with the promise of fine weather.

Date: 23.04.2018

At the beginning the Easter holidays members of the Lower 6 German class set off to Liechtenstein 

Date: 18.04.2018

Over the Easter break, members of the Norwich School Boat Club traveled to the Lac du Causse, in Brive,

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: 20.02.2018

In February half term 21 boys and girls from Upper 4 accompanied by Will Croston, Maria Brown, Gill Parsons and Sophie Fäs flew to Hamburg for a three day visit to Germany.

Date: 05.12.2017

Visiting these two exhibitions allowed pupils to focus on either a particular quality of Rembrandt’s work or a drawing style, helping to inform the individual paths pupils could take in their new projects.

Date: 17.11.2017

Last night pupils, parents, ONs and staff were informed and challenged by the leadership journeys of both Lord Dannatt and John Drake, in the Leaders in Conversation event held in the Blake Studio.

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: 10.11.2017

On Thursday 9th November, Norwich School welcomed a delegation from the Chinese State Sports General Administration Social Sports Centre to introduce Dragon & Lion Dancing, Roli-Ball and Health Qigon to Norfolk. The Lord Major of Norwich, Councillor David Fullman, was at the event to welcome the delegation and join in with the activities.

Date: 06.11.2017

Pupils have collaborated with the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce to host a networking event focussing on company creation.

Date: 06.11.2017

Over half term the geography department took 20 M5 and U5 pupils for a 6 day action packed trip to Iceland.

Date: 06.11.2017

The Art History department had a wonderful sunny visit to Venice in the second week of the half term.

Date: 03.11.2017

During October Half Term, 24 Senior Boys Hockey players travelled to the Midlands to start their preparations for the upcoming hockey season. Off the back of a very successful season last year, combined with a large number of new players vying for positions in the 1st XI; the side were keen to get started early with some tough matches against good opposition to push their skills in a high pressure environment.

Date: 03.11.2017

Twenty five members of the U13 rugby squads travelled to the North East of England and Edinburgh for a five day tour at the beginning of the half term holiday. 

Date: 30.10.2017

October half-term saw 25 U6 students walk 85 km around wet and windy Yorkshire Dales to complete their Gold DofE qualifying expedition.

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: 19.10.2017

Stepping up, that is taking action when the opportunity or need arises, was the theme of the first Leadership and Service conference for students at Norwich School. In a Ted-talk style conference, members of Upper 5 were treated to four excellent speakers: English teacher Mr Andy Fisher, Susie Fowler-Watt (BBC), Dan Edwardes (Parkour Generation) and Freya Aquarone (ON). 

Date: 18.10.2017

The school came together this morning to remember it’s most famous ON Horatio Nelson during the Trafalgar Day Service, held earlier as the school is breaking up for half term today.