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    Leaders have a clear curriculum vision, ‘Being the best you can be' - Ofsted 2019

  • We are KSA

    We are a caring, proactive community, which has our students at the heart of everything we do.

  • Student Secures Place at Cambridge

    Connor Perkis who received three A star grades has accepted a place at Trinity Hall Cambridge to study Computer Science. He is maintaining the tradition of KSA students gaining places at this most prestigious university. Connor really is the best he can be

  • Year 9 KS4 Curriculum (Options)

    Applications are now open. Please click here for more information and to register your option choices.

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  • A thriving school in the heart of our community

  • Ofsted says:

    'Pupils speak warmly about their ‘supportive teachers’

  • Encouraging aspiration

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  • Moving on ...

    Our students have secured places at top universities, including Harvard.

  • Achieving more

    We offer a rounded curriculum and co-curricular opportunities so students can really challenge themselves

  • Our mission and aim:

    Leaders have a clear curriculum vision, ‘Being the best you can be.’

  •   4:10 PM - 12 Oct 2021

    Year 6- we are sorry that we are unable to throw open our doors to you & your families tonight as planned. However, we send a very warm "virtual" welcome to you all. Please watch our video & if you have any questions or want to know more please contact us.

  •   12:10 PM - 11 Oct 2021

    KSA Warhammer club on tour... members of our Warhammer club recently attended an event at the Kettering Warhammer shop. If you are interested in joining the group, which meet every Wednesday, register via the edulink...

  •   5:10 PM - 7 Oct 2021

    We're hearing of great success for our Y7 & Y8 Girls' football team. In the friendly tournament this week they won 3 of their 4 games and lost the 4th only to a late goal to @BishopStopford1 This is great preparation for the district tournament next week. Well done girls!

  •   4:10 PM - 7 Oct 2021

    We have been celebrating #NationalPoetryDay. The theme this year is Choice. Y7 chose words from their dystopian texts to build blackout poems and other years read, recited and wrote a wide range of poems on the theme of choice. Here's one written by one of our Y10s.


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