Clubs and Societies

All pupils are encouraged to join clubs or societies which take place throughout the school week and sometimes at weekends. Some clubs and societies may involve field trips or can involve pupils taking part in competitions, such as Model United Nations or Chess. Whilst we offer many of the core clubs and societies routinely found in schools, such as Reading Group, we also offer others that are unique to Norwich School, for example, we run the only stand alone school-based Model Arctic Council in the world.

As with Community Service or the Charities Committee, clubs and societies offer pupils the chance to develop leadership and to influence the way a club is run. Many are started by the pupils themselves and much enterprise is evident in their evolution. Green group, Charities committee and Aspect Film are prime examples.

There is a club or society for all tastes and levels, from the intellectual approach of the Erpingham Society, which sees pupils present academic papers to the audience, and Ethelbert Society, through to the very popular Fellowship (Dungeons & Dragons). We welcome new ideas for clubs and societies and new ones are formed each year based on pupil interests.

Outdoor pursuits are catered for in the form of the Eighth Norwich Sea Scouts, and the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, both of which offer leadership and service opportunities for older pupils.

The full schedule of Clubs and Societies can be found by accessing the link through the Full Schedule tab. The schedule is also published on the Portal. The Portal will also take you to our SOCS Co-Curricular site where you can get further information about what is on offer.

If you have any questions regarding Clubs and Societies please contact Mrs Reynolds, Co-Curricular Administrator.






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