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.
Well that was pretty awesome!!! Fabulous playing from all three Big Bands, the second year of the Alumni Big Band (it's now a thing!!), Cripps Collective and the amazing @TheCanariesSing. Same time next year? #injazzwetrust
Final few tickets for this evening's concert. Jazz@The Cripps is selling out fast!! We have a limit on food....don't be disappointed!!
Final athletics session of the season in full swing. 40+ boys at track tonight having a little bit of well deserved fun https://t.co/3ME7xNg5Dz
Congratulations to Isaac and Sean on winning all their games at the 3x3 Ballout in London, making them qualify for the finals in August. #TogetherWeAreBasketbALL https://t.co/UcyRbZHSPm
Our amazing A-level dancers who performed 'Steam Heat' at the ON's Centenary Ball. Superstars! https://t.co/5mBBq0fN9j
So proud of NSB performing arts students today. ONs Centenary Event- Arts Showcase and the Gala Ball. You were all awesome - so talented, so focused. Entertaining, emotional, engaging and so slick! Well done you!
A fabulous evening watching ex-NSB dance student Charlie Goddard in his end of year showcase @WilkesAcademy what a talent! One year down and two to go..this boy will go far @DancersIncWorld sooooo proud of him! https://t.co/mFtc3JT9E0
'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