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  • BWA student's boxing success

    Published 25/05/18

    Shaun Morton, a Sixth Former from Brooke Weston Academy, has a growing reputation in amateur boxing circles and recently won a bout against a former national champion at Finchley, the club where world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua started his career.

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  • Exotic animals visit Oakley Vale primary

    Published 16/05/18

    Students at Oakley Vale Primary School had a very exciting morning meeting exotic animals including a white faced owl, hissing cockroaches, a king snake, tarantula and tiny hedgehog. The looks on the students’ faces was a picture as they got up close to the animals, which were brought in by specialists Raptor Xotics.

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  • Oakley Vale Primary School runs advice course for parents

    Published 15/05/18

    Education welfare staff at Oakley Vale Primary School are running a free advice course based on the popular ‘1-2-3- Magic’ programme which promotes ‘calm, effective and happy’ parenting.

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  • Student Council choose commemorative mosaic design

    Published 14/05/18

    Members of Oakley Vale’s School Council have chosen the winning design for a commemorative mosaic celebrating the school’s 10th anniversary.

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  • KSA enjoys cinematic revision

    Published 11/05/18

    The whole of Year 11 (and selected Year 10 students) from Kettering Science Academy took part in a revision session with a difference -  the Royal Shakespeare Company’s live broadcast of Macbeth.

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  • BWT welcomes Executive Educators

    Published 10/05/18

    The Brooke Weston Trust welcomed senior educationalists and CEOs on an Executive Educators programme run by Ambition School Leadership.

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  • BRIT Kids at BWT

    Published 09/05/18

    The Brooke Weston Trust is thrilled to have forged a partnership with nationally renowned The BRIT School to offer a tailored package of creative and performing arts classes for students aged 8 to 15.

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  • Visit by Trust Director Mr Heneage Stevenson

    Published 02/05/18

    Trust Director Mr Heneage Stevenson toured Kettering Science Academy and spoke to students and staff about a variety of educational topics during a recent fact-finding trip.  He met Associate Principal Tony Segalini and Vice Principals Kirsty Farrar and Dr Andy Kirk before having round-table discussions with staff, students and other members of the senior leadership team.

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  • CBA’s Senior Concert Band qualify for National Music for Youth Finals

    Published 30/04/18

    Congratulations to Corby Business Academy’s Senior Concert Band that has been selected to perform at the National Music for Youth finals, by the judges of the regional competition, that took place in March. The group will perform alongside a very select few of the country’s top musicians, at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall in July.

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  • Watch the video of BWT's Believe Big final

    Published 27/04/18

    Seven Billion Ideas, the company behind the Believe Big campaign that ran in all five of our Trust secondary schools, has produced a video of the final when 15 teams presented their potentially life-changing ideas to a panel of judges.

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  • Trust energy saving project featured in My Academy magazine

    Published 27/04/18

    A multi million pound joint project to install LED lighting and photo-voltaic cells in some of our Trust schools has been featured in the latest edition of myacademy magazine.

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  • Marathon effort by BWT staff yields £1000s of charity cash

    Published 26/04/18

    Louise Chapman and Paul Twamley both finished the London Marathon and exceeded their fundraising totals after spending months training and preparing for the event. It was Louise’s first ever marathon and, a year ago, she hadn’t even run a step! For Paul it was his second London Marathon and he beat his previous time, despite the sweltering heat on the day.

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