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  • Lecture By Professor Brian Cox

    Published on 27/11/14

    A lecture delivered by Professor Brian Cox was part of a science trip enjoyed by a group of Year 11 students from Kettering Science Academy earlier this week.


  • The Primary Phase at KSA supported the National Anti-Bullying Week last week and supported this year's theme of ‘Stop Bullying for All.”  

  • Kettering Gang Show

    Published on 25/11/14

    Students from Kettering Science Academy are part of a cast of nearly 100 Cubs, Brownies, Scouts, Guides and young leaders performing in this year’s Gang Show from this Wednesday, 26th November.

  • Food Safety Award

    Published on 25/11/14

    A group of Year 10 and Year 11 students at Kettering Science Academy have successfully passed their Level 2 Award in Food Safety.

  • New Library App

    Published on 25/11/14

    There is a new library App available that allows for students and staff to have access to the Kettering Science Academy’s book and borrowing lists whilst on the move.


  • National Anti-Bullying Week

    Published on 20/11/14

    Both the Secondary and the Primary Phase students at Kettering Science Academy have been reminded of the Academy’s anti-bullying policy during National Anti-Bullying Week.


  • Sports Person Of The Year Award

    Published on 20/11/14

    A Sports Person of the Year award for students is looking to be awarded in summer term at Kettering Science Academy.

  • British Library Visit

    Published on 20/11/14

    English Literature Year 13 students visited the British Library in London last term as part of their studies.


  • Children In Need 2014

    Published on 18/11/14

    The Sixth Form Charity Committee held a very successful Children In Need fundraising appeal at Kettering Science Academy on Friday, 14th November.


  • New York Trip

    Published on 18/11/14

    New York is the destination for an educational trip for Year 8 students in the spring 2016.

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