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KSA Achieves Bronze Award for Anti-Bullying Measures

The impact of new anti-bullying initiatives has been recognised with KSA achieving bronze in Northamptonshire’s Accreditation Award scheme.

After sailing through the foundation award last year, KSA has introduced even more measures to help students feel safe.

Steps taken include the implementation of Sharp, the new online system where students can anonymously report any concerns they have, whether it's in school or in their community.

The Action Against Bullying Forum has continued to meet with parents and the issue of bullying has been a key theme in CAPS lessons.

Now the team of student Heroes behind the anti-bullying drive - led by Director of Specialist Learning Lore McIntyre - is aiming for the silver and gold awards.

Jo Wood, Anti-Bullying Officer at Northamptonshire County Council, said: "The evidence submitted was tremendous and extremely thorough - the work you are doing for anti-bullying in the Academy is fantastic. The Heroes group is doing a tremendous job."

Principal Martin Campbell said: "Well done to the whole team for the effort and commitment to both gaining the award and ensuring systems are put in place for children to feel safer." 

Pictured: Heroes Bronwyn Ryan and Kirsten Marshall with Lore McIntyre after receiving the foundation award.