Northampton School for Boys is an 11-18 state funded single sex boys’ school. Girls are admitted to the Sixth Form. The school has an illustrious heritage; founded in 1541 by Thomas Chipsey in Bridge Street it then moved to the present site in 1911. His fellow trustees included Laurence and Edward Manley, William Brightwell and Laurence Washington – an antecedent of George Washington, first President of the USA.
Looking forward to welcoming back @briweir today from @RWCMD talking to our talented Y10 and Y12 musicians. With four of our Y13s heading to Cardiff next year (and three already there) it clearly is the music college to be at!! #wetenoughforWales
What truly amazing, talented, kind, hard working young musicians we have leaving us this year - their efforts in everything they do is why @NSBMusicDep is so successful. They are all NSB and will ALL be missed!!! #revisionstartsMonday https://t.co/iIGdRxbk9S
A HUGE congratulations to Sam Wilson, Maddy Coombes and Matt Redmond for gaining places on the prestigious @NYJC summer courses this year - all three are superb talents - well done to you all!!
Immensely proud of these boys this year. National Finalists in their first year at the school, with some outstanding performances along the way. The future is definitely bright. Thanks to @QubeStructures for sponsoring the warm up t-shirts. We'll be back stronger next year! https://t.co/dOGhdToPko
Whitgift 5- 1 NSB. Final result. Well done to the boys on a great season. ⚽⚽⚽
So long Year 13 Drama (well see you next week as we have revision!)-work hard over the next few weeks. Make it count! It's been a pleasure. Such a diverse and interesting group! You have all brought something to the class and I want to thank you for being so creative! Mrs G ;-)
Wishing the NSB GCSE Dance group luck in their exams. #talented https://t.co/cnnkMTDxQZ
'Students enjoy outstanding opportunities to take part in clubs and activities. This helps to build the excellent relationships between students and staff which are at the heart of students' highly successful learning' OFSTED 2014
'Students make outstanding progress across a range of subjects. They make exceptional progress in mathematics' OSFTED 2014
'The Sixth Form is outstanding because students make excellent progress. A high proportion of students gain places at top universities' OFSTED 2014