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Kingsley Academy Celebrates Post-16 Results

Sixth formers from Kingsley Academy were celebrating their Key Stage 5 results on Thursday, demonstrating an improved performance on last year.

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Book Week - Book Cover Competition 2019

Please Click for our annual Book Week Celebrations, where the library ran a ‘Design a Book Cover’ competition at Kingsley Academy.

Headteacher's Fortnightly Letter (8th March 2019)

Please Click for the Fortnightly Letter from Mr E. Cahill, Headteacher at Kingsley Academy.

English Department, Kingsley Academy

English Department, Kingsley Academy

World Book Day (7th March 2019)

World Book Day is on Thursday 7th March 2019 and, as usual, Kingsley Academy will be celebrating this wonderful event with a range of activities, challenges and competitions. Please Click for more information.

Welcome Letter from Mr E. Cahill, Headteacher

Please Click for the Welcome Letter from Mr E. Cahill, Headteacher at Kingsley Academy.

National Careers Week 2019 (4th to 9th March)

There will be a special display in Kingsley Kitchen and activities, quizzes etc taking place in the library.

Safer Internet Day (5th February 2019)

Please see below Parents and Carers leaflets for Safer Internet Day (Tuesday, 5th February 2019), which aims to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.

SID2019 Parents and Carers - Conversation Starters

SID2019 Parents and Carers - Information and Online Resources

SID2019 Parents and Carers - Internet Safety Plan

Book Week - w/c : Monday, 28th January 2019

Book Week is an annual event that's celebrated at Kingsley. The week long event is packed with activities to motivate and inspire students to take ownership of reading and books for students and staff.

This year award winning authors Caroline Green and Marcus Alexander will be coming to enthuse KS3 students on Wednesday and Thursday in the hall.

Caroline Green will also be delivering a creative workshop to Y8 students, where she will share some writing techniques!

Besides the author visits there will be daily literacy quizzes that will take place in the library every lunch-time as well as a discounted Book Shop to make books easily accessible and for the more creative, students can enter a Design a Book Cover competition too:

1st Prize - £10 Amazon voucher

2nd prize - Signed author book

3rd prize - Chocolates

Come to the library and be prepared to be galvanised!

Kingsley announces new website

We are delighted to introduce our new website which features improved navigation, visuals and information. The top navigation bar remains but you will also find the key areas of the academy via the main homepage buttons: Learning & Teaching, Calendar and Term Dates, Academy Tours, Extracurricular Activity, Prospectus and Sixth Form. Look out for the Kingsley satchels at the bottom of the page too which give fast access to Term Dates, Show My Homework, Uniform, Ofsted and Vacancies. We are also keen to keeping everyone updated with what we are doing in school so the Home Page houses our Twitter Feed and News Feed so keep abreast of what is going on by bookmarking our website or following us at @kingsleyactive. We hope that the navigation on the website is easy to understand but don't forget, if all else fails, use the search function which you can find in the top right hand corner of this website.

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New student entrance now operational

Please be aware that student entry to school is now through the Prince Regent Road gate (adjacent to the Car Park).

This gate will be open between 7.45am and 8.30am.

The Cecil Road gate will no longer open automatically in the morning.

Students who are late (after 8.30am) will need to come to the Cecil Road entrance and buzz reception.

Exit at 3.00pm remains the Cecil Road gate.