Are you a former student at City of Norwich School or do you know a former student who may be interested in joining the CNS Alumni?
We have partnered with the national education charity Future First, who specialise in helping schools to stay connected with their former students.
If you were a member of CNS, your experiences since leaving could help to motivate and inspire our current students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. You can choose how and when you help – perhaps you can act as a career and education role model, provide work experience or maybe become a mentor.
The school would love to hear from former students in established professions and recent leavers in further education, whether they live nearby or have moved away.
If you are interested in finding out more, you can contact our Careers IAG Lead Natalie Pentney at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can sign up with Future First by following the link below and filing in the online form – it will only take a couple of minutes.
So far, nearly 150 former students from a range of careers have registered to offer their talent and experience to current students. You can find out more about some of them below.
Meet some of our Alumni
Christina attended CNS 6th Form from 2010-2012. Follow her inspirational journey from CNS through to University, working in the field of social justice for a charity and now about to study Social Work.
Sam talks us through his varied career journey. He tells us about how relevant his subjects he studied at CNS have proved to be, especially Maths.
Rosamund attended CNS from 2003 to 2009. See her journey from leaving to attend University to study languages, to working for Local Government now.
Hannah attended CNS from 2010 to 2012 in the 6th Form. Follow her journey to studying physiotherapy at University - despite not getting the grades that she needed originally!!
Richard Barker attended CNS 20 Years ago and is now living and working in Wisconsin advising NASA. Watch his journey since leaving CNS.