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  • Brooke Weston Academy successful in securing SSAT Leadership Legacy Project place

    Published 30/10/18

    Congratulations to art teacher Charlotte Asprey who has been accepted onto the prestigious Leadership Legacy Project run by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network.

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  • Sean is appointed as the Trust's first Director of Georgraphy

    Published 17/10/18

    Sean Houghton, the Trust’s newly appointed Director of Geography, combines teaching, mentoring and school support in his new role, which will drive up outcomes and build cohesiveness in the subject across our secondary schools.

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  • Operating Theatre Live at Kettering Science Academy

    Published 27/03/18

    Aspiring medics from Brooke Weston Academy had valuable hands-on experience in a simulated operating theatre where they learned about medical careers, terminology and anatomy and dissected organs including brains, hearts, kidneys and livers.

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  • Introducing our new Careers Advisor

    Published 06/09/17

    Welcome to Mrs Clare Scott who recently joined Brooke Weston having worked as a careers advisor within schools for more than 14 years, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and experience of working with young people.

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  • Teachers leave for careers overseas

    Published 28/07/17

    Brooke Weston’s teachers Mr Troy Rutt and Miss Christina Kelly are looking forward to the challenges of their new roles overseas. Mr Rutt is moving to Malaysia while Miss Kelly will be teaching in Qatar.

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  • BW guitar teacher seeks students to work on community projects

    Published 22/05/17

    Brooke Weston’s guitar teacher Mr Paul Balmer is searching for more students to become involved in his youth projects in music and creating podcasts and short films about Corby.

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  • New Trust Director of Science appointed

    Published 15/05/17

    Congratulations to Mrs Karen Hearne who has been appointed the Trust’s first Director of Science. Mrs Hearne is a very experienced teacher, having been at Brooke Weston Academy since it opened, and Head of Science for the past three years.

    She is looking forward to working with colleagues from across our Trust secondary schools to improve outcomes for students, sharing ideas and best practice between departments. The new role is about building relationships and offering support where needed:

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  • Brooke Weston teacher is announced as runner up in the top ten teachers in the World at the Global T

    Published 20/03/17

    Brooke Weston Academy’s computer science teacher Ray Chambers has been announced as runner up along with eight other finalists and the only teacher from the UK in the global teaching competition to find the best teacher from across the world.

    More than 20,000 nominations from 179 countries were received for the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize. The award, now in its third year, is the largest of its kind with the winner receiving a prize of US $1m.

    All of the ten finalists from across the world were invited to attend a ceremony at the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai where they attended workshops and master classes and the winner Maggie MacDonnell, who teaches in a fly-in Inuit village in the Canadian Artic was announced by an astronaut in the International Space Station.

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  • Brooke Weston congratulated by Minister of School Standards for our EBacc results

    Published 20/03/17

    Brooke Weston has been congratulated by the Minister of State for School Standards Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP for being amongst the top state-funded schools in England for the percentage of students entering and achieving core academic subjects in the English Baccalaureate 2016.

    The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is a school performance measure set by the government which allows people to see how many students obtain a grade C or above in the core academic subjects of English, mathematics, history or geography, the sciences and a language at key stage 4 in any government-funded school.

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  • Student fights for children’s justice

    Published 20/02/17

    Brooke Weston Sixth Former Advone Katsande is helping shape courtroom justice for her peers as part of her role with the Children and Family Court Advisory Service.

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  • Mr Chambers becomes an SLE​​​​​​​

    Published 07/02/17

    Congratulations to Mr Chambers who is one of three teachers from across the Brooke Weston Trust to have recently been accredited as a Specialist Leader in Education.

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  • Former Brooke Weston student awarded The Queen’s Commission by HM Royal Navy

    Published 06/02/17

    After a gruelling selection process and a punishing one-year training programme, former Brooke Weston student Emma Turner has been awarded The Queen’s Commission in the Royal Navy and will shortly be undertaking her final assessments to test her suitability for flying training.

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