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Kettering Park Junior Academy

Inspiring Curious Learners for Life

I would like to warmly welcome you to Kettering Park Junior Academy, proud to be part of the Inspire Multi Academy Trust (InMat).

Our ethos as an academy is to develop the three essential characteristics of learningprogress, mental and physical wellbeing, for every child, building on the foundations developed during the infant years. We commit to this through living our core values of curiosity, creativity and community in all that we do.

We look to inspire curious learners for life, as it is through fostering the innate inquisitiveness of children, the desire   to explore, investigate and learn, that knowledge, skills and understanding are instilled which equip children to fulfil their future aspirations. We encourage creativity in its many forms, providing our children with the ability to express themselves and demonstrate their learning in different ways.  We care for the whole child, nurturing their sense of   belonging and community as part of the Park family, ready to take their next step in the world, secure in their sense of self.

Our core values underpin our PARK learning behaviours, which our children are encouraged and supported to use throughout their academic learning and social interactions every day.

As a community we recognise the value in working in partnership with our families and are fortunate in the help and support we receive which enables us to appreciate the individuality of each child and celebrate their achievements and successes both in and out of our academy.

Our website is a snapshot of the life of Kettering Park Junior Academy, to learn more please arrange a visit where the children and staff relish the opportunity to expand on what you’ve read and seen in person.

Ann Walker

Head Teacher


Contact Details

Kettering Park Junior Academy
Wood Street
NN16 9SE

01536 411208





Ethos Circle(2)
School News Feed
    6 November 2020
    Lockdown Information
    Hello everyone, what a brilliant first week we have had. The children have all settled back into school so well & have started learning again in such a positive way - well done to you all. I hope you all had a lovely half term & enjoyed spending time together. As we have started another lock down can I please remind everyone to maintain social distancing in order to protect everyone in our community. The school requests only one adult to drop off and collect and encourages parents to wear masks when on the school playground. Wishing you a lovely weekend. Take care & stay safe Mrs Walker
  • Newsletter
    23 October 2020
    Please find our Term 1 Newsletter Attached. We hope you all have a wonderful break and we'll see you again on Monday 2nd November.
    14 October 2020
    Training day amendment
    Please find attached an updated version of our academic calendar. Please note our February training day has changed. You can also find a copy of our calendar on our website homepage and under Information for Parents - Term Dates.
    14 October 2020
    Please see the attached letter with regards to attendance. Thank you.
    2 October 2020
    Nuts in School
    Please can we remind you that nuts and nut products e.g. nutty cereal bars and Nutella are not permitted in school as we have children who have severe allergies to nuts. Please find a letter attached. Thank you.
    30 September 2020
    Term Date Changes
    Please be advised of a change of date to the academic calendar. There will no longer be a training day on Monday 2nd November, this will now take place on Monday 4th January. School will be open to pupils on Monday 2nd November and closed to pupils on Monday 4th January.
    25 September 2020
    The Library
    We are pleased to announce that we will be reopening our library on a rota system, for the children who have no outstanding books. Due to additional measures in place in light of Covid, children will have the opportunity to change their books (both a library and reading scheme book) every two weeks according to the following schedule: Week A (from 28/9/20) Wednesday – Year 3 Friday – Year 5 Week B (from 5/10/20) Wednesday – Year 4 Friday - Year 6 This allows for additional cleaning and quarantine of books between bubble visits. Please note that if your child still has library or reading scheme books on loan from before the summer, they will not be able to take a book from the shelves but can continue to access eBooks on Oxford Reading Buddy. You will receive a separate letter in due course regarding outstanding loans. Best wishes, Mrs Peacock & Mrs Tamkin Raising Standards Leader for English & School Librarian
    15 September 2020
    Covid-19 and Absences
    The attached flow chart is designed to help you make an informed decision about sending your child to school if they are feeling unwell. If you make the decision to keep them at home you must leave a voicemail, on each day of absence, stating your child's name, class and their symptoms. Thank you.
    11 September 2020
    PiXL School ID
    PiXL School ID - KP5474

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