Singing at the Foreign Office

Once again we were so proud of our pupils in years 1-4 who were invited by the Norwegian Embassy to sign at the British Foreign Office on the occasion of the gift of a Christmas tree from Norway to England. This is not the giant tree that stands in Trafalger Square but a more modest…

Healthy Fruit at Break

During the first break of the day at 10.15am, the children are offered a selection of fruit in the garden. This is a healthy and much looked forward to treat. The older pupils in years 8-10 have the responsibility, on a rota basis, of washing, cutting and putting the fruit out for everyone.    

A Positive Learning Environment

       Ethos The Norwegian School provides an academic, creative, positive and secure environment in which students are encouraged to develop a thirst for learning, a broad outlook  and a zest for life. Respect, cooperation and trust are central to our school ethos. Aims To follow our motto, ‘Optimum Duo Mundi – The Best…

PGL Activity Camp – September 2018

Years 5-7 attended an activity camp in beautiful Surrey where the weather is perfect and the atmosphere great for creating lifelong memories. Activities have included swinging in a giant swing, driving 4-wheeled vehicles, raft building and other water fun plus much more to come. Overall a great start to the new school year with so many…

Kayaking- August 2018

At the start of each school year Lars Otterbu takes his pupils from years 8-10 for a kayaking experience. This is great for both physical exercise, team work and bonding and not least fun!  

Trip to the Southbank in London- August 2018

Every school year students in years 8-10 present a landmark on our Southbank trip. This year we got to hear presentations about The London Eye, The National Theatre, The Globe, Borough market, Tate Modern, The Millennium Bridge and St.Paul’s Cathedral. We ate lunch at Borough Market and we climbed the dome of St.Paul’s Cathedral to…

First School Day- August 2018

We had a wonderful first school day in Wimbledon. The sun was shining and lots of eager faces, new and old, met up in the garden to hear a speech from Head Teacher, Ivar Chavannes. Pupil names were called up and each class went to start their new year together with their teachers. Parents were…

17th May Celebrations 2018

We enjoyed a wonderful 17th May here in London. Trine Skei Grande, the culture minister for Norway , came to visit our school in the morning. We raised the flag, had speeches, songs from years 1-7 and music from our children’s band. After a delicious breakfast arranged by FAU most people travelled up to Southwark Park in…