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About the Sports Competitions we play in

About the NTSSF and NSSP


About the NTSSF

The Northampton Town School Sports’ Federation was formed in the late 1950s. The aim of the programme is to provide an organisation of fixtures and events which will give focus for the children who already attend various Sports’ clubs. The fixtures and events should promote fair play, good Sportsmanship and friendship. The children are at the centre of our ethos. Participation and enjoyment are the primary aims of the Federation. This has been the foundation of the success of the Federation over the past 60 years. There are over 30 schools that currently compete in the competitions.

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About the NSSP

The School Games started in 2006 as a single annual multi-sport competition - what is today known as the School Games National Finals. In 2010, the School Games was expanded to include more localised competitions, from major county level events to smaller competitions within the same school. As part of this work, the Youth Sport Trust were funded by Sport England to work alongside the National Governing Bodies of Sport, assisting in the creation of a series of sport formats to help guide the future of school sport competitions. Over the years, the list of NGBs involved with the School Games has grown to over 40, with everything from American Football to Wheelchair Basketball events currently taking place around the country. 

During the 2016/17 academic year, the School Games was able to offer 2.2 million participation opportunities for young people at local inter-school events, and it is our vision that the Games will continue to make a clear and meaningful difference to the lives of young people for many years to come.

Upcoming School Events

4 Sep
New Academic Year - School open to children
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2024 8:30 am
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