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News

  • Online Meal Payments

    Published on 23/10/14

    Kettering Science Academy is getting ready to introduce an online payments system for students’ meals shortly after the half term holiday.

     

  • Praise Given To Cadets

    Published on 23/10/14

    Praise has been given to Brooke Weston Trust students who are taking part in the Combined Cadet Force programme at Oundle School including two Kettering Science Academy students.

     

  • Trick or Treat Lucky Dip

    Published on 23/10/14

    Students at KSA are being invited to take part in a Trick or Treat  Lucky Dip being run by the Secondary Phase's librarians.

  • Poetry Workshop

    Published on 23/10/14

    Year 7 students took part in a poetry workshop held in KSA’s library last week with the Academy’s very own poet, Miss Stevie Townsend.

  • 8-1 Win For Football Academy Team

    Published on 23/10/14

    The football academy got their first win of the season on Wednesday with an impressive 8-1 victory over KBA.

  • Successful Open Evening

    Published on 21/10/14

    More than 1,000 visitors attended Kettering Science Academy’s Open Evening for prospective Year 7 students last Tuesday evening, 14th October.

     

  • Careers Fair At Tresham

    Published on 16/10/14

    A group of Year 11 Foundation Learning Tier students from KSA learnt more about future opportunities available to them at a careers fair hosted by Tresham College.

  • A Successful Pink Friday Event

    Published on 16/10/14

    A KSA’s colleague’s Pink Friday event for breast Cancer was a great success and raised more than £300.

     

  • Parents of prospective students for Year 7 wishing to visit KSA are being invited to our open evening and presentations this evening Tuesday, 14th October from 6pm to 8pm.
     

  • Stand Up To Cancer

    Published on 14/10/14

    Library staff at the Secondary Phase at KSA are asking for students to remember someone who has been affected by cancer to create a Stand Up To Cancer wall.

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