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News

  • New Attendance Scheme

    Published on 30/03/17

    Year 9 student, Ana has won an award for her attendance. 

  • National Autism Awareness Week

    Published on 29/03/17

    This week the Academy has been celebrating National Autism Awareness Week. Students and staff have organised a variety of events to help raise money for the National Autistic Society.

  • KSA Book Week

    Published on 27/03/17

    KSA have just finished celebrating their annual Book Week. For the occasion, the Academy held many events including a visit from a guest author (Andy Briggs) and lyrical poet (Richard Grant).

  • Explore Kenya 2018 trip launch

    Published on 23/03/17

    Yesterday KSA launched a CAMPS international expedition for current Year 10, 11 and 12 students to visit Kenya in 2018.

  • Fire service flood talk and demo

    Published on 23/03/17

    Year 7 students are currently learning about flooding as part of the geography curriculum. Yesterday the students were lucky enough to receive a talk and demonstration from the Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service.

  • Red Nose Day - Friday 24th March

    Published on 22/03/17

    On Friday 24th March, KSA will be celebrating Red Nose Day by holding a mufti day. All staff and students can wear their own clothes for a £1 donation.

  • Yesterday St Mary's CEVA Primary School welcomed KSA’s Sixth Form Science Committee, and science teachers Louise Oliver and Paul Foster, to their British Science Week demonstration day.

  • Year 4 students from Compass Primary Academy visited Kettering Science Academy on Tuesday to take part in a variety of electricity-based activities as part of British Science Week.

  • Year 7 student, Charlie achieves third place in her first county competition held at her home club, Diamonds Gymnastics.

  • KSA launch Science Week

    Published on 13/03/17

    Students at Kettering Science Academy are celebrating Science Week by taking part in a variety of themed activities throughout the week.

     

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