Nunthorpe Academy

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Nunthorpe Academy
Nunthorpe Academy, Middlesbrough logo.jpg
Address
Guisborough Road, Nunthorpe

, ,
TS7 0LA

England
Coordinates54°31′55″N 1°09′47″W / 54.53193°N 1.16305°W / 54.53193; -1.16305Coordinates: 54°31′55″N 1°09′47″W / 54.53193°N 1.16305°W / 54.53193; -1.16305
Information
TypeAcademy
Department for Education URN138845 Tables
OfstedReports
Chair of GovernorsBrian Whitfield
Executive PrincipalLee Brown
Head of schoolKate Kell
Age range11-18
HousesEndeavour, Invincible, Triumph, Valiant, Victory
Colour(s)Navy Blue
Website

Nunthorpe Academy is an 11-18 Specialist Science, Business and Enterprise Academy in Nunthorpe, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. Houses are endeavour, triumph, valiant, victory and invincible.

History[edit]

In September 2008 the school opened a sixth form, which is combined with Eston Park and Gilbrook's sixth form building, which was created from the same design.

Nunthorpe School converted to Academy status on 1 October 2012.[1]

A former student was Aimee Willmott who is an Olympic swimmer. Another Olympian and former pupil is long jumper Chris Tomlinson.[2]

Awards[edit]

A former headteacher of Nunthorpe School, Sir John Rowling, received a knighthood, in 2003, for services to education.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clinton, Debbie. "Nunthorpe school becomes Nunthorpe Academy from Monday 1st October 2012!". Nunthorpe Academy. Archived from the original on 15 December 2012. Retrieved 22 December 2012.
  2. ^ Shaw, Dominic (9 July 2016). "Chris Tomlinson: Childhood memories, long jump success & retirement". Teeside Gazette. Retrieved 22 November 2019.

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