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News

  • Cuddly Toy Tree

    Published on 26/11/15
    Staff at in the Secondary Phase are being asked to donate cuddly toys for a Christmas tree with a difference for the Academy.
  • Awards For Relay Team

    Published on 24/11/15

    One of our Sixth Former Students played her part to secure victory for the Kettering Harriers under 20 women’s relay squad and the team's efforts continue to be rewarded.

     

  • Consultation On Homework

    Published on 24/11/15

    Parents of Secondary Phase Students are being asked for their opinions on the setting of homework throughout the Academy.

     

  • D of E Centre Status

    Published on 19/11/15

    Kettering Science Academy is now an officially accredited centre to provide the Duke of Edinburgh Award’s Scheme.

     

  • Anti-Bullying Week

    Published on 19/11/15

    The message from the year group assemblies this week has been about the importance of stamping out bullying together.

     

  • Children In Need

    Published on 17/11/15

    The Children in Need fundraising event at the Secondary Phase has been a hailed a great success with a lot of fun activities held in the library on Friday, 13th November.

     

  • French Trip

    Published on 17/11/15

    More than 30 students recently went on an Academy trip to France and visited Normandy and Paris.

     

  • Pudsey Bear Biscuits

    Published on 13/11/15
    Pudsey Bear biscuits and a selection of cakes made by some of our Year 10 students will be on sale in the Secondary Phase Library today, Friday 13th November. 
  • Anti-Bullying Week

    Published on 12/11/15

    Students at both phases of the Academy will be reminded about the school’s stance against bullying as part of Anti-Bullying Week commencing next Monday, 16th November.

     

  • Sixth Form Open Evening

    Published on 12/11/15

    The Sixth Form Open Evening at the Academy was well attended by current Year 11 students and their families on Tuesday evening.

     

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