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  • This week, a group of Year 8 representatives delivered the Christmas hampers they have been busy making to the Skylark children's ward at Kettering General Hospital.

  • Year 11 students recently held a concert to showcase the Academy’s dance, drama and musical talents.

  • Year 10 students are required to perform in front of a live audience as part of their coursework, therefore, the Academy hold an annual concert after school, which both students and staff are invited to watch.
  • Highland dance success for Jorja

    Published on 22/12/17

    Well done to one of our Year 8 student, Jorja, who has been awarded five medals for her highland dance talents at The Magics competition held at Disneyland Paris.

  • Ski Trip 2019

    Published on 13/12/17

    The Academy is once again hoping to take a group of students on a ski trip to Austria where they will learn how to ski and enjoy a range of activities in the Zillertal Valley.

  • A group of Year 9 students from Kettering Science Academy, who successfully made it onto the newly-formed Brooke Weston Trust elite rugby squad, attended their first training session as members of the team.

  • Alex Franklin is a PCSO based in the Corby, Kettering area that has recently begun to work closely with the staff and students here at KSA.

  • Year 10 GCSE Drama students visited Uppingham Theatre to watch The Crucible performed by Uppingham School.

  • Christmas Hampers

    Published on 04/12/17

    This year, we will once again be making Christmas hampers, which will then be delivered to the children’s’ ward at Kettering General Hospital in time for Christmas.

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