Mrs Chacksfield named Vice Captain for England Hockey Master's Squad
24 hour Cyclathon
Superb production of The Wizard of Oz
Independent schools add equivalent of two additional years of schooling by age of 16
Junior pupils scouted by professional football clubs
Pitsford School competes in national rugby tournament
Pitsford's impressive start to rugby season
Supporting Macmillan's Coffee Morning
A little denim goes a long way at Pitsford School!
A Level Results success for Pitsford School pupils
Pitsford School's Headmaster, Mr Noel Toone, has set a new club record for Kettering Cycling Club
Francesca is the fourth child of Mr and Mrs Rouse to attend Pitsford School
The Headmaster is delighted to announce the following pupils have been appointed Senior Prefects for 2015/16:
From Shakespeare to Easter Egg Hunts - the last day of the Spring Term was Egg-sellent.
The School ended the Lent Term with the annual Lent Service at Pitsford Parish Church.
On Wednesday 25 March, Pitsford School held a Year 5 Tag Rugby Tournament.
This was the question posed by teacher, Mr Tickle, during one Senior Assembly!
Sixth Form Meteorologists keenly watched the Eclipse from the School’s Weather Station whilst taking 5 minutely weather readings.
This term J3 have been learning all about the weather and with tomorrow being National Poetry day, they took the opportunity to write their own poems about the weather.
Kits, Squirrels and J1 visited Mini Meadows farm in Welford as part of their topic/science work.
This year, Comic Relief at Pitsford School took the shape of Pitsford Big Brother 2015.
With exams coming up for our Year 11s, the focus in PSHE has been on emotional resilience and dealing with stress.
The importance of taking care of our planet and not endangering animals, was the theme of J2′s assembly this morning.
Many congratulations to everyone from Pitsford School who has taken part in the Northampton Festival of Performing Arts. Our pupils all performed extremely well and their conduct and high quality performances were a real credit to the School.