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.
No Symphony Orchestra this afternoon. Please feel free to stay, if pick ups are a problem? Well played yesterday!!
So proud of all our pupils @NSBMusicDep. What a ridiculously busy weekend. A huge thanks to you all for everything you do. Every ensemble was simply superb. Thanks to all parents, staff and the amazing @NMPATrust. How lucky we all are, what a County!!
NSB Big Band is the final @NSBMusicDep ensemble this year for the @musicforyouth regional - it is the band's 25th consecutive year appearing in this festival. Possibly one of the best bands the School has ever had - apart from the first Big Band in 1994 (which I was in!!)
Captain's match team photos https://t.co/secMlx0yve
End of an era! Once again we say goodbye to our Year 13s with another great captain's match. Thank you for your service to NSB rugby and all the best for the future! #TeamNSB https://t.co/4NWFQFSWlZ
Amazing Visual Arts News- University of Northampton School's Art and Design Competition. Carlos Trotter won first prize for the highly regarded Fine Art Category, winning an award of £500! https://t.co/vakztYXDx1
Tickets on sale now https://t.co/2M2OwiE0Nx
'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