To ensure that students are familiar with the new building and procedures students will return to Kearsley Academy at staggered times throughout the day. This is an exciting opportunity for students to tour the new building and find out how it will enhance their learning opportunities.
Students will also have a special assembly to celebrate their achievements so far as well as looking forward to the next chapter in their learning journey.
Please see below for times for each year group. *Please note that students need to arrive at the student entrance of the building. Welcome to your new learning environment!
Due to Kearsley Academy moving into the New Build emails and telephone lines are temporarily 'down' throughout the Easter Break.
If you would like to contact us please note that normal communications service will resume from Wednesday 10th April. Thank you for your enquiry and we look forward to hearing from you.
Please find a letter below which details the school closures whilst we prepare to move into our brand new building:
On Tuesday 11th December students from years 7 - 12 showcased their talents in this years 'Kearsley Academy's Got Talent'. Over 40 students made the final show with 13 acts performing.
The show opened with 13 of our BTEC Level 3 Sixth Form Music students performing a 7 minute 'mash up' journey through a variety of music genre.
Our hosts, A-level Drama / Theatre students Oliver Foster and Luke Watson led us through a fantastic night of performing arts. All of the student 'acts' were brilliant and were so professional! Not only did they perform in the evening, they also performed a morning and afternoon show for our partner primary schools.
The show was completed by our fabulous acoustic 'rain choir' conducted by Level 3 Music students.
A great night was had by everybody and is a true celebration of performing arts!
Church transformed into a top attraction for families The following article is taken from the Bolton Evening News.
8:06am Friday 14th December 2012 in Bolton Evening News
A CHURCH is set to become a star attraction for families and schoolchildren.
Kearsley Mount Methodist Church has transformed its grounds after striking it lucky with almost £50,000 of Big Lottery Funding.
And pupils from nearby Kearsley Academy have helped put the finishing touches to the church grounds by introducing fun educational and nature trails so families can explore the grounds.Visitors will be equipped with specially provided funky backpacks containing information and worksheets to take part in the activities. Kearsley Academy’s school council was approached by Stephen Tonge, church council member for the community and school governor, to design an education trail linked to the primary school curriculum.Over the past eight months the pupils have created a master noticeboard which illustrates the areas of the gardens and special features.There is a frog trail featuring plastic numbered frogs for primary school children and for older children and adults there will be a heritage trail.
The pupils have also designed signs in the gardens directing people to the Peace Garden and the Community Garden. They gave a special presentation of what they had done to church and community members.
Assistant Principal at Kearsley Academy Mel Hughes said: “The young people have designed the garden so it is interactive for children and families.
“Their idea was to get more people to use the garden and see…
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- First Day in the New Kearsley Academy Building.
- Contacting Us During the Easter Break
- Training Day Reminder
- Kearsley Academy's Got Talent Sell Out Show!
- Educational Garden Success!
- Year 7 Community Week News.
- Children's University Project
- Fantastic 'Rocket Science' Primary Day.
- Primary Shakespeare Festival.
- OFSTED - Partnerships with Primary, 'A model of good practice'.
- Transition Information Packs Available
- Information About Kearsley Academy for Primary Parents
- We are OUTSTANDING!!
- Academy in Action Tours
- Super Learning Evening - June 21st 6.30pm.
- Proud to be Bronze Sponsors of Bolton 2012 Games
- Our Student Council Get Creative in the Community
- Our Cheerleaders Greet The Olympic Torch in Bolton Town Centre!
- Hit the Stage 2 Success
- Do we have the next England coach at Kearsley Academy?