We are delighted to share our newest version of Reaching Out, our summary of the community and partnerships work the school has undertaken in 2018-19.
The video can be accessed by clicking here.
Community work is at the heart of Norwich School’s ethos, and we have had the pleasure of working with over 200 local schools, charities, businesses and organisations on more than 190 schemes. In January of last year we were delighted to be awarded the Times Education Supplement Independent School of the Year for Community Outreach and were lauded for the “depth and breadth” of our outreach programme.
Following successful publications of Reaching Out in 2018 and 2019, this year’s version takes the form of a video, which we hope gives a flavour of the busy year we’ve had. Annual projects such as our Intergenerational Sports Day and University Summer School were joined by new ventures in 2018-19, including the “Discover Your Ability” event and a Dragons’ Den partnership with Mile Cross Primary School.
Head Master Steffan Griffiths said: “We believe the best projects are two-way enterprises with our pupils, alumni, parents and teachers all benefitting themselves from being involved with people and projects outside our own community. We obviously hope what we do is helpful, but we are keen to help in part because we know that we learn and grow greatly in the process, too.”
As ever, we are keen to continue developing our impact in the community and encourage those who are interested in exploring a collaboration with Norwich School to be in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our infographic summary can be downloaded here.