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"Good and rapidly improving". This is how OFSTED judged Knole Academy in November 2012, after only one year and one term of having all our students on one site. We know that we are now even better. Historically, much was made of the boys and girls merging into one school but we are confident that the academy's high standards of academic work, excellent pastoral care and superb behaviour are second to none. The team at Knole Academy has a huge amount of experience - in senior leadership, in teaching and in pastoral care. We pride ourselves on the fact that OFSTED were effusive with their praise. We value every student no matter what their ability, we challenge them all to be ambitious and conscientious, resilient and aspirational in their thinking. With our sponsors, Gordon Phillips, Sevenoaks School and Kent County Council, our vision is to foster an engaging learning ethos, using state-of-the-art technologies to develop new skills and create high aspirations for our students for their academic achievement both for their time in school and for their future lives.
Are you academically curious? Do you enjoy a challenge? Are you ambitious enough to apply for a top university? Why not demonstrate your ability to the Principal and her team by entering this competition, which is open to all students from all year groups.
The Stay Safe campaign is run every year prior to the start of the school holidays and warmer weather. The aim of the campaign is to raise public awareness of the risks they may be exposing themselves to when trespassing in quarries or related industry sites.
64 students who achieved the School Council Award enjoyed an afternoon of bowling at Tunbridge Wells Bowlplex. All students had been nominated by their form tutors for outstanding contribution to all aspects of school life.
Years 7, 8 and 9 all enjoyed day trips to Bedgebury Pinetum as an end of term reward. Students enjoyed taking part in the play trail, which offered climbing frames, assault course challenges, den building and exploration in the woods.
14 students from year 10 and 12 have just completed a week of work experience at Valence School in Westerham. Working with students with severe medical needs, our students led activities with them to create an exhibition about sustainable living for the future.
Please see the dates and options available to Knole students expecting their GCE & GCSE examination results in August.
60 students from Year 7, 8 and 9 enjoyed a trip to the Gillingham Icebowl this week as a reward for their hard work and positive attitude throughout the year.
Bugsy Malone is set in New York during 1929. Costumes and scenery will reflect this period in time and all the actors will have an American accent. There will be a sign up sheet on the drama notice board (near the drama studio) Please enter your name in a vacant box below the name of the character you would like to audition for.
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