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  • Girls Train on Hallowed Wembley Turf

    Published on 30/06/10
    Two footballers trained on the same pitch graced by Beckham and Rooney after winning a trip to Wembley Stadium.
  • Enterprising Students Get Creative

    Published on 30/06/10
    KSA students experienced the world of business when they took part in an enterprise event with our sister academies.
  • A talented dancer who has travelled the world to perform has been approached by a college to teach others and pass on her skills.
  • Goalkeeper Taken On By The Poppies

    Published on 29/06/10
    A Year 13 student is looking forward to a bright future after winning a scholarship with Kettering Town Football Club’s youth team.
  • Academy Students Become Book Critics

    Published on 23/06/10
    Enthusiastic readers from Kettering Science Academy teamed up with students from other schools to decide which author they think should win a national literary award.
  • Goodbye To Year 13

    Published on 23/06/10
    Sixth formers looked back on the last seven years at a special send-off for those leaving the Academy this summer.
  • A Michael Bublé tribute and a dance inspired by Michael Jackson helped two acts see off strong competition at the KSA Talent Show.
  • A high-flying student spent a day at the House of Lords after writing an impressive personal statement about why he would like to become an engineer.
  • Author Gives Talk On Her Career

    Published on 17/06/10
    An award-winning author gave students a taste of life as a writer when she paid a visit to Kettering Science Academy.
  • Rock From The Moon Lands At Academy

    Published on 15/06/10
    Pupils studying outer space took a giant leap in their learning when they got the chance to examine moon rock.

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