Nunthorpe Academy

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.

Nunthorpe Academy
Guisborough Road, Nunthorpe

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Coordinates54.53193°N 1.16305°W / 54.53193; -1.16305
Department for Education URN138845 Tables
Chair of GovernorsBrian Whitfield
Executive PrincipalLee Brown
Head of schoolKate Kell
Age range11-18
HousesEndeavour, Invincible, Triumph, Valiant, Victory
Colour(s)Navy Blue


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]


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


  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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