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  • Seven Billion Ideas, the company behind the Believe Big campaign that ran in all five of the Trust secondary schools, has produced a video of the final when 15 teams presented their potentially life-changing ideas to a panel of judges. 

  • Our Drama students are holding a production to showcase their GCSE and A level work.

  • Students Grab-a-Grade

    Published on 25/04/18

    In preparation for Year 11 GCSE exams, the Academy have launched Grab-a-Grade, which focuses on helping students develop exam skills and knowledge to maximise their chances of gaining the highest grades possible.

  • Students prepare for a bake off!

    Published on 24/04/18

    Tomorrow, The Great Brooke Weston Trust Bake Off launches at KSA to find the Academy’s top bakers.

  • A group of KSA students are once again, taking part in the Carnegie Shadowing scheme this year as part of their book club. The scheme allows the students to ‘shadow’ the judging process of the CILIP Book Awards as part of the reading for pleasure initiative.

  • At the end of last term, the Academy celebrated National Autism Awareness Week. Students and staff organised a variety of events to raise money for The National Autistic Society including a coffee morning and cake sale.

  • As the Easter break draws to an end, it is our turn to take over as torchbearer of the Brooke Weston Trust ‘Ambition For All’ initiative.  During the course of this month we have organise a range of events to celebrate and support the ambition of our students and staff here at KSA.

  • Students from Kettering Science Academy were part of the Brooke Weston Trust Combined Cadet Force that enjoyed an action-packed weekend, developing their military fieldcraft tactics and camping under make-shift shelters before taking part in a large scale three-phase platoon assault.

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