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posted 6 Feb 2018, 06:49 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 6 Feb 2018, 07:02 ]

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Enterprise Inns launches new Sixth Form programme

posted 6 Feb 2018, 03:44 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 6 Feb 2018, 03:48 ]

Enterprise Inns
Kingsley Academy hosted a brand new programme launched by Enterprise Inns. 

The programme aims to both inspire and inform young people (16-18) about career opportunities in the Pub Sector, and to develop the skills and attributes needed to succeed in the workplace. The programme will cover business basics, employability skills, industry case studies and work experience taster days.

The year 12s thoroughly enjoyed the first workshop and are looking forward to their journey on this programme.

Feedback from the students:

“The workshop was interesting and eventful, and I look forward to the next workshop..."

“It was really amazing the fact that it was something new and exciting that I got to experience."

KGA Maths Numbers Day

posted 2 Feb 2018, 08:16 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 6 Feb 2018, 03:40 ]

2nd February.........
'What an amazing day we had.........'  

Number Day was a great way to make Mathematics fun and bring about a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude towards it. The maths department were involved in many exciting activities that ran across the day with KS3 and KS4. 

Activities involved were: Escher's tessellations, tangrams, and flower folding activities where students wereallowed to bring out their creative side. 

Many staff and students in school took part in 'Dress up for Digits'. 

We raised a remarkable £100 in aid of the charity NSPCC

We hope that next year will be a success like this one........

The Maths department

KGA Year 11 Revision Booster

posted 2 Feb 2018, 08:11 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 2 Feb 2018, 08:20 ]

All Year 11 students were off timetable on Friday afternoon to take part in a Revision 
Techniques Carousel in which they were given short and sharp sessions on the importance of revision. The sessions acted as a further and final reminder of the importance of revising adequately with their GCSE exams fast approaching...

Students were shown how to use simple but effective techniques as well as given guidance on how to create an efficient revision timetable that will help ensure they are fully prepared for the challenges ahead!

6th Form Taster Evening

posted 26 Jan 2018, 05:00 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 26 Jan 2018, 12:19 ]

Ms Naidu described the Year 11 6th form taster event as a 'fantastic evening'. Parents and students were hugely positive about their taster experiences, felt that Ms Ahmed's presentation about future pathways was very informative and 'most are certain that they can't wait to be part of our 6th form'.  Guests were also able to hear Ms Naidu present all the great things about Kingsley 6th, including, of course, our great results for the class of 2017, which put us above national average in terms of both attainment and progress.

Powering Potential -- KGA 6th Formers

posted 18 Jan 2018, 00:40 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 18 Jan 2018, 05:58 ]

Kingsley Academy is working with the technology company Dell to give our 6th former’s the opportunity to be mentored via a program called Powering Potential.

This is a 5-part fully funded programme which 12 of our Year 12 Students are taking part in. This is encouraging students to think about their core attributes and competencies and how these can be utilised in the modern job market. Each of the five workshops will feature inspiring insights from Dell leaders, and provide opportunities for the students to build on their skill set. The end result is to build a cohort of confident and capable students, furnished with the knowledge they need to make the transition from school to university.

The programme coordinator and the facilitator wrote:

'Thank you to your students for attending the second Powering Potential workshop on Wednesday – we thought the session went really well and that the students are doing brilliantly. We were particularly impressed by how mature and engaged Kingsley Academy students were – it seems they are getting a lot out of this programme which is fantastic to see! '

Activity for next session

You have been asked to make a video CV before the next session which is 31st Jan.  You need to do this on your mobile phones and will be asked to show it at the next workshop

Ms Kondal, Deputy Lead for 6th, wrote: “Absolutely wonderful feedback.  Thank you to each of you.  I am so proud of all of you for being proactive and leaders of your own learning.”

Coming soon: Online payments to school with ParentPay!

posted 10 Jan 2018, 00:25 by Hiten Patel


Kingsley Academy will be introducing a secure cashless system called ParentPay to pay for meals, trips and more. Please read the Second Letter - ParentPay 
 for more information...

ParentPay Introduction

posted 4 Jan 2018, 03:51 by Hiten Patel


Kingsley Academy will be introducing a secure cashless system called ParentPay to pay for meals, trips and more. Please read the Principal's Letter for more information...

KA judges praise primary pupils in the C8 Bake Off Final!

posted 4 Dec 2017, 03:50 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 7 Dec 2017, 00:53 ]

Primary pupils from Years 4 - 6 in eight Hounslow  schools participated in the best Bake Off ever! This annual event takes place each Autumn term, with eliminating heats being run in the primaries (making cup cakes and a Victoria sponge), before the grand finale at Kingsley Academy - with the added bonus this year of using our brand new kitchens and, for some, a quick tour of the new building. The judges - Mr Sadhra and Ms Kirby - both described the baking as sensational, and were not surprised, when comparing marks, to find that there were only 3 marks between the whole group. Winner of the best decorated cake was Athena from Spring Grove, winner of the cake with the best 'crumb' was Abdul from Chatsworth (#@chatsworthpri), and best overall winner was Saffron from Hounslow Town with her subtle and delicious lemon cake, decorated with her own home-made fondant icing.  Congratulations to all the finalists: in addition to these three, we also enjoyed the creations of Zahra from Alexandra, Mali from Worple Road, Evelyn from Smallberry Green, Alice from Isleworth Town and Parnian from Ivybridge.  We wait to see if any of our winners appear on national TV in 20 years time!


Hounslow Teen Read Launch Ceremony

posted 22 Nov 2017, 03:01 by Hiten Patel   [ updated 22 Nov 2017, 03:03 ]

The annual launch ceremony took place on Thursday 16th November at the Paul Robeson theatre with selected students.     

Keeper of the Realms Blood & Fire

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 has written the ‘perfect adventure for children and adults who like a brave and feisty heroine’.

The six books on the shortlist for the Hounslow Teen Read for 2018 were disclosed as follows:

1. After the Fire - Will Hill
2. We Come Apart – Sarah Crossan                                      
3. Margot and Me – Juno Dawson
4. Superpowerless – Chris Priestley
5. Contagion – Teri Terry

6. Cuckoo – Keren David

Some quotes from our students:

‘It was a really exciting and fun experience meeting Marcus as he was highly inspiring and very motivational. The trip has enthused me to try different genres’

Shazreen 9X

‘Hounslow Teen Read trip was to find the 6 books on the shortlist and meet author Marcus Alexander. Marcus advocates to live life to the full and gain different life-experiences to enrich our lives and to be inspired.’

Erika 9Q  

‘Marcus’s speech has encouraged me to try to read books that I might not have. He has inspired me to read the 6 books on the shortlist and a future full of reading’.

Siham 8R

‘The trip was exhilarating and we were lucky to have been chosen and introduced to an amazing author called Marcus Alexander and all his vast experiences as an author’.

Ameera 8P

‘The trip was extremely inspiring and we all really enjoyed the introduction to Marcus’s books. I can’t wait to start to ready the books on the shortlist’.

Maryam 8R  


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