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News

  • Blue Peter Badge

    Published on 30/06/15

    One of our Year 7 students has been awarded with a Blue Peter Badge and card for his creative work.

  • Sports Holiday Club

    Published on 30/06/15

    Pacesetter is excited to be running summer holiday sports clubs at Kettering Science Academy from 24th August – 28th August.

  • Maths Rock Stars

    Published on 25/06/15

    Students’ times table recalling skills have been put to test this week as the Maths department looks for its numeracy superstar.

     

  • Praise For Dancers

    Published on 25/06/15

    Praise has been given to KSA students who showcased their dancing talents at a recent Brooke Weston Trust event.

     

  • Students Meet Fiction Author

    Published on 23/06/15

    Students from this year’s Carnegie shadow reading group met with one of the nominated fiction authors yesterday as part of a  discussion event held at Southfields School.
     

  • Fish Sculptures

    Published on 23/06/15

    Praise has been given to Year 8 students who have created a variety of  colourful fish sculptures as part of their recent art homework.

     

  • Crime Prevention Presentation

    Published on 18/06/15

    Stern reminders were given to Year 9 students at KSA on Tuesday on ways to keep themselves safe and out of trouble with an informative presentation on crime prevention from the police and the prison service.

     

  • Raffle For Pretty Muddy

    Published on 16/06/15

    Two Sixth Formers are set to run a 5k race at the weekend in aid of Cancer Research.

  • Challenge Completed

    Published on 16/06/15
    A successful trip took place over the weekend in Yorkshire as students and staff completed The Three Peaks Challenge.
  • Science Summer School

    Published on 16/06/15

    A group of Year 11 Students have been selected to take part in a science summer school at Warwick University next month.

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