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  • Mayor Sampson visits Kingsley Academy - by Ms Kirby I had the pleasure of hosting a visit from Mayor Sue Sampson who took office in Spring this year. Mayor Sampson seemed particularly thrilled to be at Kingsley Academy, not ...
    Posted 20 Nov 2017, 13:43 by Michele Colt
  • こんにちは (Kon'nichiwa) = Hello! KA welcomed lots of visitors on Monday 20 November: 2 Japanese visiting professors and a Department for Education (DfE) representative from the Academies Regional Division Group. Kaori Kikuchi, Assistant Professor ...
    Posted 20 Nov 2017, 13:16 by Michele Colt
  • Fireworks - keeping safe We are approaching Fireworks Night so it is a good time to remind ourselves about how to keep safe and enjoy the evening. Go the official safety website for rules ...
    Posted 18 Oct 2017, 03:45 by Michele Colt
  • National Poetry Day - winners announced! The English Department and the Library marked our first National Poetry Day in the new building with a boisterous celebration of poetry and all things poetical.English lessons were dedicated ...
    Posted 8 Oct 2017, 03:56 by Michele Colt
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  • Hounslow Teen Read Launch Ceremony The annual launch ceremony took place on Thursday 16th November at the Paul Robeson theatre with selected students.     Marcus Alexander, author of the powerful fantasy ‘Keeper of the Realm’ hosted the event with a highly motivational talk about how he is inspired and tools that help him to be creative. Marcus advocates the best mind to tap into creativity is the mind that experiences life, as he himself is a passionate traveller and tastes delicacies such as crickets and bugs. He is equally ardent about extreme sports and martial arts.  His latest addition to the series is called ‘Blood and Fire’ a full-on adventure which has all the elements to make this book a firm favourite. Marcus ...
    Posted 22 Nov 2017, 03:03 by Hiten Patel
  • Year 9 students start TalentEd programme Four students in Year 9 have just begun a 21 week programme with Talent-Ed which is designed to stretch all aspects of learning. The impact of previous cohorts has just been recognised through the GCSE results achieved this summer. One student was predicted 2 Bs, 4 Cs, 2 Ds, 3 Es at the start of the programme and in infact achieved 2 As, 5 Bs, 2 Cs and 2 Ds, with an average improvement of more than one grade per subject (av. improvement of 1.3 grades). We have built an excellent relationship with Talent-Ed and we are confident that the selected students will really benefit from the small group tutoring and the positive working environment that is ...
    Posted 20 Nov 2017, 15:27 by Michele Colt
  • Volunteers please! Are there any parents or carers who would be willing to volunteer for an hour a week - or more if you can - to support at lunchtime? This could be helping supervise in the Kingsley Kitchen or supervising children, either inside or outside. If you are interested, please contact Mr Sadhra on:   rsadhra@kingsleyacademy.org
    Posted 20 Nov 2017, 04:47 by Hiten Patel
  • Year 12 Trip to the BFI On Wednesday 8th November, I had the pleasure of accompanying the Year 12 film studies students on a trip to the BFI in London, with Mr McTurk and Mr Haque. It was both an exciting and educational experience for the students and they had an enjoyable day throughout. Students were able to engage with and take in the sights around Southbank as they walked around the local area before heading to the BFI. The study day consisted of the students being provided with information about Alfred Hitchcock’s life and then they watched the film Vertigo where they were asked to identify particular events that took place in the film. After they watched the film, students ...
    Posted 14 Nov 2017, 06:13 by Hiten Patel
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