At a time when GCSE exams are being changed to make subject content and exams more challenging, there have been many individual success stories at Norwich School.
Alongside achieving fantastic grades, Norwich School pupils have also excelled in extra curricular activities. Here are just a few individual achievements and their results:
Ranya Kumar (pictured above) is celebrating her amazing achievement of 11 A*s. Ranya is a keen dancer and has performed with the Young Norfolk Arts Festival this past year, as well as numerous Gather18 events with the school.
Angus Toms (pictured above) is celebrating 9A*s and 1A. Angus is also a keen sportsman, winning the intermediate cross-country race at the East Anglian League and finding success with the J16 rowing team.
Amy Buck (pictured above) achieved 10 A*s. In her spare time Amy plays the clarinet with the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra.
Kian Moghaddas (pictured above) achieved 9 A*s and 1 A. Kian is an accomplished chess player and in the past year has taken part in the English Chess Federation School’s Team Rapidplay Tournament, at Eton College.
Norwich School pupil, Katja Ruda (pictured above), achieved 10 A*s.
“I’m really happy with what I achieved! With the new number system in place I didn’t know what to expect.”
Katja is a keen violinist and was accepted into the prestigious Britten Sinfonia Academy this past academic year, as well as playing with the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra.
Benji Fisher (pictured above) achieved 9 A*s and 1 A.
Monica Raviraj (pictured above) is celebrating 9A*s and 1A. Monica is an International Junior Tennis player. This past academic year Monica has represented Great Britain in the Nike junior International Tennis Tournament as well as winning the women’s double championship at the East Anglia Open in April.
Ann Belen Cacho achieved 9 A*s and 1 A. Ann is currently “Visiting my family in Australia and I just received my GCSE results by email. The hard work paid off and I’m over the moon!”