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.
A final push this week to end a very busy term. Lots to look forward to with @musicforyouth regionals here @NSBMusicDep on March 23rd and 24th. Please can parents check all the confirmed timings that have been emailed home? When it arrives have a great break!!
Again due to the potential for bad weather it seems sensible to cancel both Symphonic Winds and Wind Band tomorrow afternoon. We start again next week.
Due to the potential for bad weather tomorrow in the early evening both Big Band 3 and JV will not be on tomorrow after School. Apologies for any issues this may cause...and if the snow does not arrive!!
Birthday scenes in Aprica #SkiTeam https://t.co/Gw2f9NZuEX
Start of the afternoon session and the boys are smashing it. #SkiTeam ⛷ https://t.co/4ExAkUGmes
Beginners clipped in ready to plough down the nurseries. #SkiTeam https://t.co/NkDaCdmV1e
Get your tickets! https://t.co/OCVY9FW37Q
Northamptonshire Mental Health Awareness Day. Talk Out aloud #stampoutstigma NSB community reps releasing balloons to raise awareness for mental health and the need to talk and listen https://t.co/FFnheKmUOB
RT @NSBSchool: World-class performances in the evening from an array of artists, musicians and actors; there will be food, adult learning i...
'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