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News

  • Book Week

    Published on 25/02/16

    An array of visits and activities have been planned to take place at KSA next week as part of events for celebrating World Book Day.

     

  • Performing Arts Faculty

    Published on 25/02/16

    The Academy’s Performing Arts department is entering into an exciting new phase as it expands on the arts opportunities being offered to students.

  • Sports Festival Success

    Published on 23/02/16

    Our Year 8 Students were crowned champions for their sporting achievements at the most recent Brooke Weston Trust Sports Festival.

  • Norfolk Trip

    Published on 11/02/16

    Our GCSE geography students have returned from a trip to Norfolk equipped with all the essential information they require to successfully complete their coursework.

  • Harry Potter Party

    Published on 11/02/16
    Students at the Academy were celebrating everything Harry Potter in the library on Thursday 4th February.
  • British Library Visit

    Published on 09/02/16
    Fifteen of our Year 11 students joined students from Corby Business Academy on a visit to the British Library this Monday, 8th February and their digital research skills were tested.  

  • Bake Off Practise

    Published on 09/02/16
    A group of 16 students from Years 7-10 have started baking and preparing for this year’s Great Brooke Weston Trust Bake Off.
  • Space Mission

    Published on 09/02/16

    Fourteen of our Race To The Top students from Years 7, 8 and 9 were set a special space mission by the National Space Centre.

     

  • Show My Homework

    Published on 04/02/16

    Show My Homework is being launched at Kettering Science Academy on Monday 22nd February.
     

  • Glider Challenge

    Published on 04/02/16

    More than 40 of our students have taken up the challenge to design and effectively fly a glider part of a RAF schools event to take place in March.

     

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