Norfolk, United Kingdom
About Norwich School
Norwich School is a co-educational, independent day school for pupils aged seven to eighteen. Set in the Cathedral Close, Norwich School is a traditional, yet lively place where boys and girls enjoy a rounded and stimulating education. The school is characterised by strong, warm relationships and a profound appreciation of scholarship.
Norwich School is divided into a Lower School (Reception - Year 6) and a Senior School (Years 7-13).
Norwich School achieves exceptional results but we believe that an education for life is about more than statistics. Here we enjoy local character, beautiful surroundings and a remarkable history. Staff and pupils together create a supportive atmosphere and boys and girls benefit from specialised facilities and a broad curriculum.
Ethos and Aims
Learning and scholarship are at the heart of the broad education that Norwich School provides. Christian values – notably love and compassion for one another – underpin our activities and relationships.
Norwich School is committed to:
- producing scholarly, reflective young people who are capable of handling difficult concepts and expressing profound thought;
- providing a rich, varied and broad education that develops the diverse talents of the boys and girls;
- equipping pupils for leadership and service.
“The quality of the pupils’ achievement throughout the school is outstanding. They are eager learners, with a keen interest in study and a clear desire to succeed. They enjoy their lessons, develop skills quickly and they make good progress.”