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News

  • Applications For Sixth Form 2011

    Published on 14/12/10
    From traditional pathways of AS and A Level courses to vocational qualifications, students can choose to study a variety of subjects in a supportive learning environment at KSA.
  • New After-School Construction Club

    Published on 14/12/10
    Do you want to find out what goes on behind-the-scenes on a large-scale project like KSA’s new build?
  • Archer Showing Great Promise

    Published on 14/12/10
    A student who took up archery just 12 months ago has already collected a handful of trophies and is aiming to make the county team.
  • KSA is one of the first schools in the country to launch the Six Book Challenge to encourage more parents to take up reading.
  • Student Views On KSA’s Sixth Form

    Published on 13/12/10
    Sixth Formers have given their thoughts on why they decided to continue their studies at KSA and how their time here has benefited them:
  • Singers at KSA embraced the opportunity to perform at the first Brooke Weston Partnership carol concert and are eagerly awaiting the next joint-academy show.
  • Football Hotshots Off On Tour

    Published on 10/12/10
    Two talented footballers are heading overseas for a football tournament in Germany.
  • Pupils Go Dotty For Children in Need

    Published on 07/12/10
    From Pudsey to polka dots, there were imaginative outfits on display around school when pupils got dressed up for Children in Need.
  • Writing From The Trenches

    Published on 07/12/10
    History students composed their own letters from the trenches as part of a hands-on World War One project.
  • Get Involved With Life At KSA

    Published on 07/12/10
    Parents who would like to be involved in shaping the future of KSA can apply to become a Parent Governor.

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