• Superzones Activity May Half Term

    Booking links for the activities can be found in the attachment below.

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  • April Newsletter

    Our latest Newsletter can be found below:

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  • Y11 Leavers Hoodies

    All Year 11 students have the opportunity to purchase a Hoody. It is essential that their orders are placed in plenty of time so that they don't miss out. There will only be one order; students will not be able to place orders after 17th May 2024.

    To place an order, please visit the following website:

    Our School Unique ID is: 25859YR11 read more

  • #NeuroNinja Parent Partnership Programme Season 3 - May 2024

    This term's #NeuroNinja Parent Partnership Programme looks at how we can as parents help our children build a resilient brain and mind. They had over 5000 views of our webinar content on the #NeuroNinja Learning Hub in March. This term's #NeuroNinja parent partnership programme webinars are all focused on Building a Resilient Child. They will explore where resilience is built in the brain, and how helping our children learn to manage their minds supports powerful well-being. read more

  • March Newsletter

    Our March Newsletter can be found below:

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  • Y7 Drama Performance

    On Tuesday 26th March, our Y7 students put on a performance "The Twisted Tales of Storyland" for Y5 students from Gray's Farm Primary. There were 4 twisted fairy tale stories told - Cinderella, Hansel & Gretel, 3 Little Pigs & Snow Winter. The stage was decorated as a fairy tale kingdom (big thanks to all the staff and students who helped create such a wonderful set!) and we all had a magical morning! It was clear how hard they had worked on their performances by how brilliant they all were. read more

  • First Give Final - 22nd March

    Friday 22 March was the First Give final culminating in two terms of hard work. Students in year 9 with their form tutor during PSHE lessons, learnt about social issues in their communities and chose the issues which are important to them. Each form has researched charities working in their communities and as a class, chose one to represent. Charities were invited in to meet the class so that students could learn more about their work and how to help them. read more

  • Wear An Item Of Green To Be Seen - 28th March

    As part of care in our community, we will be supporting Neurodiversity and looking to raise funds for CASPA, our local charity that supports all ages of non-neurotypical people. Please find posters below that promote the great things CASPA do. On 28th March, the last day of term, we will be hosting "Wear a Green to be Seen", which will involve wearing an item of green with their school uniform to support CASPA. We are asking for a £1 donation to wear the green item, all the money raised will go to a great cause. read more

  • Easter Bake-Off - Tuesday 26th

    What do I need to do: You can make Easter/Springtime themed cupcakes or biscuits (you won't have time to bake ice/decorate a big cake) You will need to provide your own ingredients and decorations (If you need help with this let me know in advance) You will have 1 hour 30 min to bake, ice and decorate your masterpiece! Your final pieces will be judged at the end based on best appearance, best effort and best taste. All winners will receive the traditional Kemnal wooden bakeoff spoon and goody bag. If you would like to take part make sure that you come and see Mrs Morris by Thursday 21st March to put your name down and get a letter to take home. read more

  • Y6 Outreach Programme - ComSci & Tech

    We welcomed 3 primary schools - Gray's Farm, Poverst & Leesons - over the last couple of weeks to visit us to get a taste of what our Computer Science & Technology lessons are like. For Computer Science, they were able to test out our Edison robots. They scanned barcodes to activate different pre-set programs and then got the opportunity to create their own programmes for the robots to perform. For Technology, they used the coping saws, files and drills in one of our tech rooms to cut out shapes of their choice which they then turned into small keyrings that they could take home with them. read more

  • Y8 Reading in the Community Update

    Y8 students have visited the residents of Baugh House Care Centre a couple more times, they had a fabulously fun time playing Bingo with the residents and won some lovely prizes - including Mrs Howard. Mrs Howard & Miss Carroll had a really wonderful time watching how well our students engaged and interacted with the older generation. There were lots of smiley/happy faces and laughter all around from both residents and students! And another time they went to entertain them with performances crafted with the help of Ms Dyer. read more

  • February Newsletter

    Our February Newsletter can be found below:

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  • Biggest Ever Football Session

    Coinciding with International Women’s Day, we were one of the 5000 schools across England to take part in the FA and Barclays’ third Biggest Ever Football Session, as part of the Let Girls Play campaign. 6 teams competed in the football tournament on Friday 8th March, there was lots of fun had by all. It was topped off with goodies from England Football and Easter egg prizes! The team Sausage Rolls were victorious, winning all of their games. read more

  • Veolia - Fruit Tree Planting

    On Wednesday 6th March, we hosted visitors from the Veolia Sustainable Schools team to provide our school with our very own orchard. Miss Townsend, our HLTA and Horticultural Club leader had organised for 3 apple trees & 2 pear trees to be donated as part of Veolia's Schools Orchard programme. 5 students from Y7-9 each dug and planted their own fruit tree, ably assisted by Councillor Will Rowlands. The students were able to explain the benefits of fruit trees for both local areas and on a wider, global scale as a way of combating climate change. read more

  • Changes to the use of Mobile Phones & Accessories in School Letter

    Please find below the letter regarding changes to the use of Mobile Phones & Accessories in school, starting from 11th March.

    KTC Mobile Phone Changes Letter read more

  • Eating Disorders Workshops

    Please find below details about the New Maudsley eating disorder care skills workshops that Michelle West is offering free to parents and carers who are living with or caring with a person with an eating disorder.  She has two online workshops running in March.

    Latest NM Information Document read more

  • Arbor - New Parent App

    The Kemnal Academies Trust (TKAT) has recently appointed Arbor as its single trust-wide MIS provider. An MIS is a system that helps schools collect, store, manage and use all the information they need. Arbor is a simple, smart and cloud-based MIS, meaning the data isn’t physically stored in school, making Arbor super secure as computer theft or damage at the school would not lead to data loss or a data breach. Kemnal Technology College will therefore be moving from SIMS & Classcharts to Arbor. read more

  • Valentine Bake-Off

    We had an amazing turnout for this year's Valentine Bake-Off, the food tech room was packed! More than ever before signed up to show off their baking skills. Everyone who took part made some incredible cakes, see for yourself in the photos below!

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  • January Newsletter

    Our January Newsletter can be found below:

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    Letters were sent out regarding logins for a software students use in school called Renaissance.

    This program has a special feature called Home Connect, which the student and parents can access outside of school from any computer with an internet connection. It allows you to view information about your son/daughter's progress and to sign up to receive email notifications after your son/daughter has completed an activity or assessment in school. 

    Home Connect Website Link 

    Renaissance ID: KTC-73DI

    The username and password were on the letters sent out but if you do require your son/daughter's login details or have any questions about Home Connect please email read more

  • Year 11 January Mocks Timetable

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  • December Newsletter

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  • Y10 BTEC Business Studies Assignment Help

    Please find below a letter from our Business Studies teacher, Mr Ungerer, asking all parents if they know anyone who works at or runs an enterprise employing less than 249 employees who wouldn't mind answering a few questions for our Y10 students.

    Letter to Parents or Carers - Business Enterprise

    Please email the address at the bottom of the letter if you know someone who fits that criteria and is interested in helping us. read more

  • Christmas Fair 2023

    We had our second KTC Christmas Fair on Friday. It was fantastic to see so many of our wonderful students having fun and making memories with their friends, participating in all the games and the big smiles on their faces when they won prizes! We raised over £1,000 which will go back into other school events and to making next year's Christmas Fair even bigger! Raffle tickets are still on sale until Wednesday when we will pick the winning numbers. read more

  • Christmas Bake-Off

    Christmas drawing closer could only mean one thing... it was Christmas Bake-Off time! The students all did really well, loving a chance to be festive & creative in the kitchen and get to show off their baking skills to our staff judges. Here are some photos of their wonderful creations! read more

  • Year 8 - Reading in the Community

    Ms Howard has been working on setting up a Reading in the Community Project for our Year 8 students. Last Friday, we had our first reading visit to Baugh House Care Centre which went brilliantly, our students and the residents thoroughly enjoyed the session. Even when it was time to leave, our students were still happily reading and/or having a conversation with them. After Christmas Break, these visits will happen every other week (B) P5 Friday with similar & new Year 8 students. read more

  • Christmas Bake-Off

    Come and show off your baking skills at the Kemnal Christmas Bakeoff!! What do I need to do: You can make Christmas-themed cupcakes or biscuits (you won't have time to bake ice/decorate a big cake) You will need to provide your own ingredients and decorations (If you need help with this let me know in advance) You will have 1 hour 30 min to bake, ice and decorate your masterpiece! Your final pieces will be judged at the end based on best appearance, best effort and best taste. All winners will receive the traditional Kemnal wooden bakeoff spoon and goody bag. read more

  • Chemistry Week - 4th Dec to 8th Dec

    Our Science Ambassadors have been working really hard to plan some fun after-school chemistry practicals for Chemistry Week next week, please take a look to see what's planned! read more

  • Christmas Concert

    Our Christmas Concert will be on Tuesday 19th December, starting at 5pm, and will be full of wonderful performances by our students. All parents are welcome to attend!

    Christmas Concert Poster read more

  • Christmas Fair - 15th December

    It's that time of year again! Our Christmas Fair will be on Friday 15th December. It will start at 1:30pm for students and parents are welcome to attend from 3:15pm. There will be a selection of games to play similar to last year and plenty of prizes to win! read more

  • First Give Programme Certificate

    Our First Give certificate has arrived and is now being proudly displayed in our Reception area!Year 9 students last year took part in the programme and showed real passion for making a change in their community, advocating for their chosen charities brilliantly. We look forward to working with First Give again for our current Year 9s in 2024. read more

  • October Newsletter

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  • Halloween Bake-Off

    On your marks... get set... BAKE! We had our spooktacular Halloween Bake-Off after school on Tuesday 17th October and it was fantastic to see how many students stayed to take part. read more

  • Open Day Feedback

    Want to hear what our visitors had to say about our Open Day/Evening? Take a look via the link here:

    Open Day Feedback 2023 read more

  • Open Day 23-24

    Our Open Day this year will be on Saturday 23rd September 2023 from 9 am to 1 pm.We will also be having an Open Evening on Tuesday 26th September from 4 pm to 7 pm for those who might not be able to attend the Saturday. Our Open Mornings will be on from Monday 2nd to Friday 13th October from 9 am to 10 am. Monday 2nd & Wednesday 4th have been FULLY booked. Morning Tours are by appointment only and can be arranged by emailing read more

  • Prospectus 23-24

    You can find a copy of our Prospectus below:

    Prospectus 23/24 read more

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