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  • West End Stardom For KSA Student

    Published on 26/05/16

    A talented Year 7 student at KSA has landed himself a leading role in one of the West End's popular musicals.

     

  • A group of Key Stage 3 & 4 stage students from KSA and Corby Business Academy visited the New Walk Gallery in Leicester to look at and discuss about German Expressionist Art.
     

  • Science Garden Inspires Learning

    Published on 24/05/16

    Our Year 7 students are being given the opportunity to take ownership of KSA’s science garden at the Secondary Phase.
     

  • More than one hundred of our Year 7 students have been presented with their very own BBC Microbit computer to experiment with.

  • Staff visit Buckingham Palace

    Published on 24/05/16

    Representatives for KSA's Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme were invited to attend the Gold Award Presentation at Buckingham Palace last week.

     

     

     

     

  • Engaging Exam Booster Session

    Published on 19/05/16

    The Academy’s restaurant was a hive of activity on Tuesday morning ahead of the first GCSE science examination as students were treated to an active revision session.
     

  • Author Praises Short Story Winner

    Published on 19/05/16

    One of Year 9 students has received high praise from author Bali Rai for her short story.  

     

  • British Museum And Library Trip

    Published on 17/05/16

    A group of our Race To The Top Students had their creative writing skills put to the test when they visited the British Museum and Library.

     

  • Carnegie Group

    Published on 17/05/16

    The Secondary Phase’s Carnegie shadowing group have been meeting twice a week to discuss this year’s book nominations for the children’s book awards.

     

  • Performing Arts Play

    Published on 12/05/16

    A group of our Year 12 students shared their AS level performing arts production with fellow Year 10 students earlier this week.
     

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