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  • For her final A-level coursework project, textiles student Jordan has produced a costume inspired by Elle’s village dress in Beauty and the Beast.

  • Physics Career Talk

    Published on 25/06/18

    On Friday, Hayley Cavanagh, who is a Senior Accelerator Physicist at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire, visited the Academy. Hayley spoke to girls in Years 8, 9 and 10 about how she came to become an accelerator physicist and how particle accelerators work.

  • Kettering Science Academy joined secondary schools from the Trust for the second Brooke Weston Trust athletics day.

  • KSA’s site manager Pete Underwood is a keen motorcyclist and he regularly rides out and marshals at some of the UK’s biggest road races, and also raises money for biker charities, with thousands of pounds being raised annually for the cause.

  • Anne Hill, Brooke Weston Trust's Executive Principal for the secondary phase, has been selected for a top role supporting schools in challenging circumstances and training new teachers.

  • KSA joined students from across the Brooke Weston Trust and local schools for a shadowing event at Brooke Weston Academy, voting for their favourite books in this year’s Carnegie and Greenaway Awards.

  • A Creative Writing Competition is running at KSA to celebrate The World Cup.

  • Car Crash Careers

    Published on 15/06/18

    A group of Year 9 and 10 students recently visited the University of Northampton to learn more about careers within the emergency services.

  • Over 70 of our Key Stage 3 students have received confirmation that they will have their poems published as part of the latest Young Writers competition.

  • A brief reminder to teaching staff that if you want to apply to join the first cohort of the Brooke Weston Trust Leadership Academy then you have just ten days left to apply.

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