Here is a list of the organisations with which KA is involved. These include:

  • Local primaries - support via our facilities

  • Local companies

  • Local Authority

  • Other AET academies

  • National initiatives - eg TalentEd, Embedding Formative Assessment project

  • Universities and HEIs

  • Charities

  • The Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT)

  • Embassy

  • Sports Organisations




KA led, Participated, Hosted?



Leadership development


16- 17

One member of SLT attends female leadership course

3 middle leaders have applied



School based research and development project: ‘How effective are interventions to support students with SEMH needs in raising attainment at KS4?

Paper to include literature review, school based research, reflection and conclusions to develop practice for future years.

To be presented to SLT.

Course accredited by National College.

Inset - curriculum, middle leaders

Inset programme planned for Sept 16 for middle leaders to be supported in house

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Embedding formative assessment

We are delighted to be part of a national project called  Embedding Formative Assessment which we successfully bid for in 2014-15.


SSAT and Dylan Williams

As evidenced through lesson observations: increase in effective use of assessment for learning

Speak Out Competition

Each year

Competition for Y10s who are trained in public speaking, compete in school to identify the best who then competes against other London school

Jack Petchey

Increases self confidence, public speaking skills, organisation of information and team-working


We offer a range of access to careers guidance for all students. This includes:

One to one careers guidance for targeted students Y9-13

Careers interviews with industry professionals- SPARK

Apprenticeship and job fairs across Industries

University visits and taster lectures




Range of universities and other partners


6th form cross school AL delivery

Partnership of the consortium enables the offer of a broad curriculum to meet the needs of all students at all levels. 6th form leadership benefits from the collaboration and sharing of good practice across the network.

Campus Hounslow


G & T children identified of which 25% must be PP

Brilliant Club programme to be put in place


The Brilliant Club

Raise aspirations amongst a range of children, including PP. Enable them to access young post graduates in non-standard subjects e.g. economics. To develop listening, writing and research skills. To develop self confidence

Y10 Gifted and Talented programme

16-17, 17-18

24 students attend 27 sessions throughout  year delivered by expert teachers and university graduates. The course prepares students for study now and in the future. Projects include work with Coutts Bank and well known advertising agencies



Funded via grants and pupil premium funding

Inspiring students, especially those whose families haven’t been to uni, to aim as high as they can.

Initial Teacher Training


3-10  ITT students per year.

Roehampton, Goldsmiths, Brunel, IoE, King’s

Teaching teachers to teach improves the skills and capacity of Kingsley teachers

Preparing yourself for GCSEs


Y11 students have sessions on revision, mind set, focused work towards exams etc


Kingston Uni

Sense of preparedness and renewed confidence for Y11s

Subject Development

Leading Hounslow Subject Network Meeting (EAL, ICT)

Subject Network Meetings: subject team leaders share best practice

Subject networks attended by subject leads across Hounslow.

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Hounslow EIP

Good feedback from other schools about the ICT network led by KA (x3) and Subject Lead comments on strong attendance and participation of other schools

Peer support

Share good practice

Keep up to date with emerging policy and practice

STEM Focus

16 onwards

Linking up with external partners such as the STEM People organisation to raise aspirations and enhance knowledge of STEM careers and opportunities.

STEM fair for KS3 to include external providers with engaging activities.

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STEM People


Sahara Technology





Royal Holloway


Positive feedback from providers about Year 7 and University Aspiration day

Termly STEM newsletter

Increased knowledge of career pathways and opportunities in STEM.

Sharing of information, best practice and skills


  • SLT attend meetings with other borough SLT

  • HT attends LBH Heads’ meetings

  • SVP attends behaviour /attendance group

  • VP 6th attends 14-19 group

  • SENCO attends Secondary Senco Network Meeting

  • TAMHS - working with adolescent mental health


London Borough of Hounslow

increased knowledge of local practice and updates on initiatives

Additional layer of Tier 1 support

Sharing of best practice financially

Help them understand how to prepare and present budgets

KGA bursar works with other AET business managers



In-academy mutual support

Teacher Subject Specialist Training (TSST)


RSA, ACS to attend CPD on Maths subject knowledge development



Enhance capacity and develop knowedge

Charity activities mainly organised by students

Wear it Pink day.  Students wear 1 item of pink in October.

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Breast Cancer awareness

Students aware of the charity and raise money to help support.

Inspection Training

Principal is training to be an Ofsted inspector



Increased knowledge about Ofsted requirements to support KA

See ideas from other schools which could help

Intervention support

Intervention ideas to support KS4 and KS5; resources and tools to help



Intervention programme which is focused and effective; borrowing of best practice from over 1000 other schools

Portuguese Classes


Collaboration with the Portuguese Embassy offering free Portuguese classes at all levels, during school and after school hours.


Portuguese Embassy

Students able to develop language and literacy skills in Portuguese. Available to KA students and others outside of school hours.


Progress and Attainment of Looked After Children programme in collaboration with the Institute of Education. Two members of staff involved (DT and Keyworker for LAC)


Institute of Education

Improved levels of progress and attainment for LAC

Moderating ITT student

Summer 16

Supporting LA who don’t have a linguist to support/moderate an ITT student who is a CfC


Hounslow LA

Confidence that student is either unsatisfactory or has potential to succeed

Female PE fixtures meetings

Organise female leagues and rallies across the borough

L - KA hosts it

Sport Impact

Ensures that girls’ teams are entered in the leagues and this borough-wide coordination happens

Motivate Hounslow - Sport

All year

Running clubs and competitions throughout the year to engage a variety of students from inactive females to high achievers with their club links



Motivate Hounslow

Ensures there are a variety of clubs available for as many students as possible over the week

Teams - girls and boys football

Girls and boys basketball

Girls and boys badminton

Boys cricket

Girls rounders

Girls netball

Girls and boys athletics

All year

Teams are entered into the LBH leagues and are committed to playing fixtures throughout the year. Training takes place during the week for students who are interested in representing the Academy in sports



Physical Education  Department

Ensures there are teams representing the school throughout the year in order for the more competitive and sporty students to build pride in their Academy.

Sports Ambassadors with Skype sports Living for Sport

All year

Year 10 students given tge opportunity to train as a sports ambassador going round the local primary school to train younger students in a variety of sports.

They are also given the opportunity to work with a variety of Athletes from the sky sports living for sport programme to build on a variety of skills to take into their exams and work place.  



Physical Education  Department

Gives students additional information to put onto their CVs and an opportunity to build on an array of skills that will hold them in high esteem outside of school life. Helps to promote the school around the area and to build a positive relationship within its community.

London Youth Rowing Hub School

October- march

Implementation of rowing as an extra curricular club for students to try as sport otherwise deemed outside their remit. Students will be given the opportunity to compete against other schools and to row on the river at Chiswick Boathouse during their physical education lessons.



Physical Education Department

Puts an extra activity on the Physical Education spectrum which is accessible for all students. Introduces an activity that has a  new competition for students driven by individual passion rather than a team sport.

Students have the opportunity to work with LYR company and row on the river. They have access to additional training if they want to take it up as a competitive sport themselves.  

Duke of Edinburgh

2014 and ongoing

Students in KS4 & 5 participating in Bronze and Silver award programme


Students push personal boundaries, gain new skills and enhance their CVs and uni applications

Talks about science

Jan 2017

Talks to 6th formers to encourage uptake of STEM at uni


Kingston University

Students applying for STEM at uni

Motivational talks for KS4

Oct 2016 and Spring 17

Talks about revision, positive attitudes, planning your work to support exam success


Kingston Uni

Increased success, and decreased stress for Y22s

Business mentoring


Business mentors from local company work with identified Y10s to guide them as regards study, future jobs, CVs, uni applications, 6th form choices etc

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Students motivated and supported to make the wisest choices for them

STEM talks and visit to new build


Students visit new build and meet B & K staff to learn about opportunities in building and construction


Bowmer and Kirkland

Increased applications for engineering and construction, two shortage industries in UK

Charitable competition to win money for charity of choice


Students work in groups to identify local charity, resource their needs through visits etc, prepare presentations about their need and present to an audience. Winners win £1000 for the charity of their choice

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Just Give

Increased understanding of needs of others

Increased confidence, team work, organisational skills, research skills and independence

6th form programme: Professional Learning Pathways


Students who are not highly academic but wish to do a mixed pathway with some work experience


Variety of organisations and other educational provision,  led by KKL

Increased 6th form recruitment

Increased 6th form success

Increased opportunities for work links and future employment for 6th formers

Motivational speakers

KS4 and 5

Students hear motivational speeches from variety of speakers


Speakers for schools

Increased motivation and self belief

Attendance project


Project 100: talks begun into a variety of ways to support improved attendance


Brentford Football Club

Improved attendance