As we enter the Summer term here at Northampton High School, we now look forward to one of the marquee events in the calendar year, our school Arts Festival.
Running from Monday 10 June all the way through to the beginning of July, we are delighted to be able to showcase the world of Creative Arts here at Northampton High, displaying the supreme talents of our students of all ages. Events for students include talks with acclaimed authors Pippa Goodhart, Clare Mulley and Ross Welford, a ‘Languages Fiesta’, a poetry competition and our Gym and Dance Extravaganza – for which details will follow shortly.
Alongside these exciting internal activities, we are delighted to bring you two more events that are open to the public that are sure to capture the imagination. The first of these is our live performances of CATS the musical. We will be running two shows, on the 12th and 13th June at 7pm, and our cast of students have been working tirelessly to put together the most amazing show. Admission is FREE and tickets are available here, however they are moving fast so book yours today to avoid disappointment!
We also invite you to join us in school on Thursday 27 June, as we host our Arts Invitational Evening. Starting at 5pm, the invitational will highlight a vast array of work produced by students of all ages here at Northampton High, across all of the different areas of the Arts. Creative Arts, Fashion, Textiles, Food, Film, Drama and Poetry are just some of the exhibitions and activities that will be on display during the Invitational, and we do hope that you will be able to join us in school as we proudly present the creations of our students. To get a flavour of what you may expect at the event, please click here to view a gallery of photos from last years invitational.
We are very excited and are looking forward to what is sure to be another stellar event in the Northampton High School calendar. We hope you will be able to join us for an event, please click here to take a look at the full programme of activities open to students and the public.