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  • Vote for Bronwyn in Education Awards

    Published on 31/05/12
    Bronwyn Ryan has been shortlisted in the Evening Telegraph’s Proud of Education Awards.
  • A group of students has been interviewing staff, parents, former pupils and teachers for a film project aimed at capturing people’s memories of KSA.
  • A group of gifted maths students picked up gold, silver and bronze awards in the recent UKMT Junior Maths Challenge.
  • Athletics Club

    Published on 24/05/12
    Students are invited along to an after-school athletics club on Tuesday afternoons.
  • High jumper Gabrial Smith reached 12th position in the UK for his age group after achieving a personal best.
  • Library Launches Lib-Lympics

    Published on 22/05/12
    KSA has launched its own version of the Olympics that combines both mental and physical dexterity.
  • Extreme Physics

    Published on 17/05/12
    Four gifted and talented students got stuck into a series of challenges during a residential course organised by the Institute of Physics.
  • National Doodle Day Winners

    Published on 17/05/12
    Students let their imaginations run wild to raise money for Epilepsy in Action’s National Doodle Day.
  • Year 7 Applications: Appeals

    Published on 16/05/12
    If, once you have received notification from the Local Authority, your child has been unsuccessful in obtaining a place at Kettering Science Academy, you are entitled to appeal that decision. If you wish to appeal, please contact Mrs Wendy Crookston at Brooke Weston Academy on 01536 396366 (direct line: 01536 397000) or email her at wcrookston@brookeweston.org and she will forward the relevant appeals documentation to you.
  • The quality of the arts provision at KSA has been recognised by the Arts Council with the award of Artsmark Gold.

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