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  • A group of Year 8 students will visit the site of the Normandy beach landings next month to learn more about the Allied invasion during World War Two.
  • Holocaust Memorial Day

    Published on 29/01/13
    Students have been urged to think about the strength of communities during a focus on Holocaust Memorial Day.
  • Accelerated Reader Champions

    Published on 24/01/13
    Three students have reached the impressive milestone of reading more than a million words thanks to their enthusiasm for the Accelerated Reader programme.
  • GCSE geography students are heading to Norfolk next month to carry out studies of the coast.
  • Sixth Formers have put their own spin on the story of legendary villain Sweeney Todd for their exam performance.
  • Pupil Librarian Posts

    Published on 17/01/13
    Those with a passion for reading are being urged to apply for the position of pupil librarian this term.
  • Pupils who have demonstrated an excellent attitude to their studies and school life have been awarded a black tie in recognition of their efforts.
  • Turning Dreams into a Reality

    Published on 15/01/13
    Honda brought its School of Dreams programme to KSA to inspire pupils and give practical advice on how to turn dreams into reality.
  • Careers Information Evening

    Published on 11/01/13
    Parents are invited to attend an information evening in Kettering to gain a greater understanding of the options available to young people when they leave school.
  • Applying to KSA's Sixth Form

    Published on 07/01/13
    The sixth form at KSA offers a range of courses, tailored to meet the needs and requirements of individuals and from which sixth formers can move on to courses of higher education or full time employment.

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