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Year 9 student Jonathan Freeman has been selected to play cricket for Northamptonshire.
A team of students had a taste of life in the legal sector when they took on different courtroom roles for a...
CBA Young Enterprise company Kraftees has been shortlisted in a national skills competition.
The new cricket season has begun at CBA, with our cricketers set to represent the county against a side...
Three students won £3,000 for the Corby Food Bank by giving an engaging presentation on why the charity was...
Four CBA students visited Leicester University to take part in a Salters chemistry festival.
A number of our Year 10 students are celebrating after completing GCSE Maths early and achieving top grades in...
CBA’s top 10 bakers will soon be chosen to go through to the next round of the school Bake Off competition.
CBA Young Enterprise company Kraftees were named runners up at the county Young Enterprise final.
A team of Year 10 students took part in a Maths Challenge at Loughborough University.
Information is available for parents about the appeals process for admissions for Year 7 students in September 2013.
CBA will be running a Saturday Sports Club over six weeks in June and July.
CBA staff and students raised a fantastic £1,300 for Comic Relief on Friday (March 15th).
Students have been continuing to make sweet treats in a bid to be named CBA’s best baker.
Our librarian Amy McKay and assistant librarian Christina Mangin have been selected as judges for a writing competition...
Year 8 students got a taste of what studying GCSE Geography would be like during a trip to Cadbury World last week.
Students picked out more than 70 new books to go into the CBA library.
Music Technology students looked behind the scenes of Corby Radio.
CBA’s library is now taking applications for student librarians, known as ‘Ssshers’.
Year 8 students have made their own French town as part of their language studies.