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The City of Portsmouth Boys' School, often referred to as CPBS , is a single sex, Foundation and Comprehensive school for boys from the ages of eleven to sixteen in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. The school is on London Road in the Portsmouth northern sub district of Hilsea. The current comprehensive school, established in 1975, was the product of an amalgamation of four separate secondary schools in the west of the City of Portsmouth. In 2003 it achieved the Investors in People award for its specialist subject status.School informationThe school specialises in maths, computing and engineering. The last Ofsted inspection was in 2011, which rated the school as Good, the last before that was in 2008. As of 2003 the school had 840 pupils in attendance. The numbers of pupils enrolled has fallen in the last three years from 966 in 2001.The current headteacher is Mr Mike Smith. The previous headteacher was Mrs. A Greatorex. The current head of Governors is Mrs Margaret Bunn. The previous head of Governors was Mr Terry Ward. Mr Jim Rowe is vice chair for the school. The City of Portsmouth Boys' partners with Portsmouth Academy for Girls for many activities. The Current deputy headteacher is Mr Dan Ledger.The school publishes a monthly newsletter. Academic results are now rising and continuing to improve. The school is also well known around Portsmouth for being highly successful in sports, espiecially rugby, football and athletics. The school has also produced both junior and senior Olympic athletes as well as successful rugby and football players.
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