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Welcome to Norwich School


Steffan Griffiths joined Norwich School in September 2011. After reading Classics at University College, Oxford, he taught at Tonbridge School (1995-1999) and Eton College (1999-2006). In 2006, he was appointed to the role of Usher (principal deputy head) at Magdalen College School, Oxford. Steffan also holds a first-class honours English Literature degree from the Open University.

As well as playing hockey for England under 18s and 21s, he was awarded four hockey blues while at Oxford and played in the 1st XI for East Grinstead in the top national league. A rugby and cricket coach at Tonbridge and Eton, he is a keen golfer with a handicap of 12.

During his school years at Whitgift School, he acted with the National Theatre, both on the South Bank and in European tours. He maintains an active interest and involvement in drama.

About us

Ethos

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.

Aims

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.

Facilities available

Members of the sixth form enjoy access to dedicated study and leisure facilities in the Bishop’s Palace. These include The Bishop’s Parlour Library, which is supervised by a librarian and is a great place to get some work done during free periods. Sixth formers can also access the school’s well-resourced Reynolds Library. The Old Music Room (OMR) has internet access and university prospectuses so that pupils can carry out research as well as grabbing a coffee and socialising between lessons. This new facility is particularly suited to sixth formers working in groups and collaborating on projects. We also have the Junior Common Room (JCR) which has music facilities as well as a pool table and table football.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Norwich School directly.

Last updated date: 27 February 2017

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