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Full Boarding Fees
£20,128 (day school fees) + homestay fees payable to Gabbitas of £7,931
English for Academic purposes
Halal, vegetarian, vegan and kosher.
Norwich School is a co-educational, independent day school for pupils from 7-18 years old. There are currently 1087 students across the Lower and Senior schools, with 26 international students living with host families. The school is one of the oldest schools in the UK, with nearly 1000 years of history. International students join the school in the Sixth Form at Year 12, and live with local British host families and are therefore immersed in English language and culture. The school’s international pupils are allocated specific international tutors and take part in a programme of English language support in addition to their academic subjects.
Norwich School is set in the historic Cathedral Close in the heart of Norwich city. Norwich benefits from an international airport and national transport links, with trains to London in under two hours.
A day in the life of…
A normal school day starts at 8.30am, with morning registration in tutor groups, followed by a Cathedral, Chapel or House assembly. Lessons take place from 9.00am until 4.00pm, with morning, lunch and afternoon breaks. All pupils are involved with sport twice a week; in the case of our Sixth Form pupils, this takes place on Tuesday afternoons and Thursday mornings. All Sixth Formers are also heavily involved in our extensive Community Service programme, which sees pupils opting into a variety of voluntary placements, including working for international and local charities, care homes and local history projects. The school encourages pupils to take part in a range of extra-curricular activities in order to broaden their horizons and we offer a full schedule of clubs and societies, the majority of which take place once lessons have finished.