Some of our schools:
Abbeyfield School is an 11 - 18 school, predominantly serving the South East of Northampton. The school enjoys excellent new buildings that meet the needs of learning in the 21st Century. It boasts a state of the art theatre that befits its status as the only Specialist Performing Arts College in Northampton. In the last few years they have been at the forefront of curriculum innovation and now offer their students an extensive and relevant curriculum choice. The new building reflects this choice with specialist provision for Construction; Hair and Beauty; Hospitality and Catering as well as the traditional academic subjects.
The Campion School is a co-educational secondary school in Bugbrooke, about 6 miles (10 km) from Northampton, England. Founded in 1967, it became a Language College in September 1997, and in 2011 the school became an academy. Languages taught include French, German, Japanese and Spanish. The school takes about 230 pupils a year into its year 7, and teaches students aged 11 to 18.
Caroline Chisholm School
Caroline Chisholm School is an all-through 4-18 primary and secondary school with academy status, in south Northampton, England. It is named after Caroline Chisholm, a 19th-century social reformer. It is an oversubscribed, academically successful school that strives to develop young people into ambitious, highly successful, happy and resilient young adults. They aim to make learning enjoyable from reception year right up to the sixth form. CCS provides a challenging academic curriculum, coupled with a very supportive pastoral system that values the strengths and talents of the individual student.
Chenderit School is a mixed 11–18 secondary school with specialist status in the visual arts in Middleton Cheney near Banbury, England, which opened in 1979 on fields which it is said were formerly used for archery practice. The name is an adaptation of a medieval name for Middleton Cheney. The school attracts students from outside its catchment area and now has over 1,100. In August 2012, it became an academy
Guilsborough School Academy
Guilsborough School is a co-educational academy school in Guilsborough, Northamptonshire, England. It educates around 1,300 students from the ages of 11-18. They are committed to a comprehensive intake and accept students of all abilities and strive to meet their needs. As student numbers in the rural villages decline, they have increasing applications and appeals from other areas and are oversubscribed every year. They aim to challenge all their pupils to reach their full potential and often celebrate their successes. However Guilsborough also seeks to ensure that those students who have special learning needs are provided with full support, to succeed at these challenges.
Elizabeth Woodville School
The Elizabeth Woodville School, Northamptonshire, was formed by the merger of Roade Sports College and Kingsbrook Specialist Business and Enterprise College (or Kingsbrook College) in 2011. The school is a secondary school with academy status (part of the Learning Schools Trust), with locations in the villages of Deanshanger, and Stratford Road, Roade, both in South Northamptonshire. The merged school was renamed Elizabeth Woodville School. Woodville was born in Grafton Regis, which is halfway between the two sites, and was Queen consort of King
Edward IV. Elizabeth Woodville School is a thriving, successful Academy of approximately 1150 students in South Northamptonshire split across two campus, teaching pupils from the ages of 11-18
The Hazeley School
The Hazeley Academy is an 11 to 19 International Baccalaureate World School secondary school located in Hazeley on the western edge of Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. It is a highly ambitious school of over 1500 students which enjoys an exceptional reputation in the community. Their year vision is based strongly on nurturing their students to possess confidence creativity and a well-rounded character, rooted in care for self, others and their environment.
Kettering Buccleuch Academy
Kettering Buccleuch Academy aims to provide an excellent education to children and young people in Kettering and the wider local area. They seek to improve the life chances of all the children and young people they serve and make it their mission to bring out 'the best in everyone' - students, staff, parents and the community which they serve.
Lord Grey School
Lord Grey Academy is an exciting and vibrant learning community where students enjoy great success in and outside of the classroom. Their Academy motto; Aspire, Learn, Achieve is important to them as they prepare their students for successful adult lives in an increasingly competitive world.
Lord Grey Academy is popular and is the first choice school locally. They have a strong focus on academic achievement throughout the school and develop their young people to be independent and resilient learners. They are immensely proud of their inclusive ethos and of the positive relationships that they build with parents and the local community. They believe that all students can achieve.
Magdalen College School
Magdalen College School, Brackley, is one of three "ancient" Magdalen College Schools. Located in Brackley, South Northamptonshire, the school is on two sites: the former Secondary Modern site accommodates secondary schooling to Year Eleven, after which students transfer to the St John's site for most of their lessons during the Sixth Form. Today the school has approximately 1,500 students. Previously a boys' grammar school, then a voluntary controlled comprehensive school, it converted to academy status in January 2013. The St John's site is still owned by Magdalen College, Oxford, and they are represented on the governing body.
Moulton School & Science College is a secondary school with academy status located in the village of Moulton, Northamptonshire. The school currently has around 1400 students on roll, including the sixth form, and 135 teachers. It is a school for ages 11–18. The school was granted specialist Science College status in 2002, and this was re-designated in 2007. The school separates the students into four different houses: Holdenby, Althorp, Rockingham, and Sulgrave. The school serves students from Moulton, Pitsford, Boughton, Brixworth, Chapel Brampton, Church Brampton, Old, Kingsthorpe, Walgrave, Harlestone, Rectory Farm, Holcot and Sywell.
The Radcliffe School
Our vision: At The Radcliffe School we are committed to ensuring that all that we do, always inspires our students and sets them on the right path to achievement. We offer all our students, across the ability range, a broad and balanced curriculum and we aim to help them to discover, develop and exceed their own potential and expectations. We are committed to equipping them with the knowledge, technological capabilities, learning skills and character needed to face the modern digital world and to cultivate respect for, and understanding of, all members of our community.
Shenley Brook End School
Shenley Brook End School is a modern secondary academy school on the West flank of Milton Keynes in the Milton Keynes parish of Shenley Brook End. The school opened in September 1997 with a student body of 1700 pupils. In 2014 the school planned to make a major extension worth £7 Million to accommodate 300 extra pupils each year from the 2015 entries. Shenley Brook End School aim to provide an outstanding learning environment based on high expectations and respect between staff and students. It is their aim to provide an enriching and fulfilling experience for all members of our school community.
Sponne School in Towcester, Northamptonshire, England is the oldest secondary school in Northamptonshire, and one of the oldest in the country. Sponne School is a mixed gender Secondary School and Sixth Form College. There are some 1280 students on the school roll, which typically includes over 230 Sixth Form students. Students are traditionally admitted from the areas of the Sponne Cluster primary schools in Blakesley, Greens Norton, Silverstone, Tiffield, Towcester and Whittlebury. Sponne School is committed to continuous development as a major educational resource for the benefit of all their students and the wider community. Inspiring achievement, which lies at the heart of the school’s ethos, is driven in part by the partnerships forged with many organisations, both educational and community based. Close co-operation with the Cluster primary schools, the SWAN partnership, industrial partners and sponsors, social organisations and parents and guardians all provide resources and ideas which contribute to raising standards. Sponne School’s designation as a Music and Science Academy recognises the collaborative nature of the school’s development and growth, providing personal fulfilment for students of all abilities.