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Bosworth Independent College to open a new teaching building at one of Northampton’s most beautiful and historic buildings

Bosworth Independent College, part of CATS Global Schools, has confirmed the relocation of its main teaching building to the Newton Building, a prestigious Grade II listed former girl’s grammar school in the town, returning it to its original use.

The majority of Bosworth’s teaching and learning will move a short distance from two of its current buildings, Nazareth House and Queens to the Newton Building, with picturesque views of the town’s racecourse playing fields.

Built in 1915, the 46,500 sq ft site is set to welcome students after a grand opening in September 2022.

The Newton Building formed part of the University of Northampton’s Avenue campus until the university relocated to its purpose-built Waterside Campus in September 2018. The building was retained as offices by the university until 2020.

In 2007 it underwent substantial investment to develop its teaching and learning facilities. As a result, it boasts more than 35 classrooms, IT laboratories, a café, and a magnificent grand hall.

Talking about the move, Chris Stacey, CATS Global Schools CEO comments:

The move to the historic and prestigious Newton Building helps Bosworth and CATS Global Schools realise its vision of inspiring the next generation of world shapers.
We’ve had our sights set on the building for a while. It’s a true architectural gem and provides the perfect environment to learn and work for the students and staff of Bosworth Independent College.
I’m delighted that we can return the building to its former use as a school offering a first-class education preparing students for their future.

Bosworth will retain its various boarding houses a short walk away, home to international and UK students aged 13 – 19 preparing for university success. Two of the school’s current teaching buildings, Nazareth House and Queens on Barrack Road will shortly be advertised for sale.

Talking about the benefits of the move, Jason Lewis, Principal of Bosworth said:

We’re all really excited about moving the heart of Bosworth’s community to the Newton Building.

The move will mean that almost all our teaching and learning are all under one roof and will shift the centre of gravity of the College to St George’s Avenue.

As soon as we get the keys, we will start to ready the building for the new academic year making full use of the latest IT and digital resources in the classrooms, respecting the historic nature of the building.

We are already planning our first open day for prospective students and their families and a separate guided tour for the local community and the Grammar School alumni interested in learning about the site’s history and how we will use it.


Read the original news release on the Bosworth College website.

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Biology teaching at Bosworth CollegeEstablished in 1977 Bosworth Independent College is a small and friendly residential and day College situated in Northampton in the heart of England. Excellent academic success and care for our students has made Bosworth a leading British Independent College.


Bosworth offers a wide range of Year 9, GCSE, Intensive GCSE (1-year), A-level, BTEC Business and University Foundation programmes, with an average class size of eight students.


Student room Vic House Bosworth CollegeThe College provides an excellent choice of fully-supervised residential accommodation and senior houses, ensuring comfort, safety and peace of mind. We have a full time chef and kitchen team offering a varied menu, catering for all dietary needs in the Bosworth Hall Restaurant and Bistro.

College Life

Exam practice at Bosworth CollegeStudents are taught in small classes and benefit from the close personal attention provided by a Personal Tutor support system which promotes self-confidence and develops a mature approach to study.

There are daily supervised study periods and regular testing. Bosworth excels in all areas but particularly in the sciences and runs a comprehensive programme for prospective medical students.

Individual support and guidance are given with university applications, helping Bosworth to send students to top British Universities, including Oxbridge. Many leading universities visit the College annually to give presentations to our students.

Students enjoy the benefits of excellent teaching facilities including over fifty classrooms, nine fully equipped science laboratories, art studio, study halls, exam room, meeting rooms and student communal areas.


Northampton is an excellent choice for students, being centrally located between Oxford and Cambridge and only one hour away from London, by road or train. The town boasts many modern facilities, including excellent shopping centres, multi-screen cinemas, swimming pools, gymnasiums, international restaurants and sports and leisure facilities.

Recreation, Leisure and Entertainment

Bosworth College BistroBosworth Hall is a five minute walk away from the main teaching centre and overlooks large and beautiful parklands. Facilities include: restaurant and bistro, games rooms with table tennis, pool, television rooms with satellite T.V, music room and student coffee lounge. The College hires out a local sports centre several evenings a week for students to play sports such as Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton and Football. Each term we offer a programme of extracurricular activities and trips both locally and across the UK, activities typically include: trips to the local theatre shows, go-karting, rock climbing or days out to Cambridge, Oxford, London and during half term a trip to Disneyland Paris.