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  • Sports Festival

    Published on 22/10/15

    The first Brooke Weston Trust Year 7 Sports Festival has taken place.

  • Battlefields Trip

    Published on 22/10/15

    There are still places available on the Academy's history trip to the battlefields in Ypres and the Somme in March 2016.


  • Halloween Activities

    Published on 20/10/15
    The library staff in the Secondary Phase are inviting students to take part in a host of Halloween themed activities being offered to them this week.
  • Primary Science Lessons

    Published on 20/10/15

    Year 6 pupils from KSA have been visiting the Secondary Science department to conduct a series of investigations into the effects of light.


  • Careers Advice Team

    Published on 20/10/15

    Every student at KSA can benefit from in-school careers advice provided by TimelyAdvice.

  • Open Evening Success

    Published on 20/10/15

    More than 900 visitors attended the Academy’s Open Evening on Tuesday, 13th October and the families took a great interest in the school as a whole.


  • Inter-Trust Poetry Competition

    Published on 15/10/15

    Students from both phases at KSA are being invited to take part in this year’s inter- trust schools poetry competition to coincide with National Poetry Day.


  • Peru Fundraising

    Published on 15/10/15

    Year 11 and 12 students raising money for a summer challenge trip to Peru are hosting two Halloween discos as part of their fundraising efforts.


  • Poet's Visit

    Published on 13/10/15

    Students from Year 6 through to Year 13 spent time with performance poet, Dreadlock Alien, Mr Richard Grant, who visited the Academy last Thursday to help celebrate National Poetry Day.


  • Open Evening

    Published on 08/10/15

    Parents of prospective students for Year 7 and their families are being invited to the Academy’s Open Evening next Tuesday, 13th October from 6pm to 8pm.


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