Our best ever A Level results!!
Congratulations to all learners who worked so hard and have achieved the best set of A Level results in the history of Kenton!
- 32 % achieved A* / A
- 77% were A* - C
- 98% overall pass rate
We are delighted with the results and are so pleased that so many of our learners reached their full potential and got the grades they deserved.
Good luck to everyone collecting exam results
A Level results will be available to collect on Thursday 17th August from 8am in the flexi rooms.
GCSE results will be available to collect on Thursday 24th August from 9am in the dining hall.
The school shop will be open selling uniform from Tuesday 29th August to Friday 1st September 10-2.
Fostering & Adoption
Fostering is a way of providing safety and stability to a vulnerable child when they most need it.
If you have a spare room as well as the time and energy to support a child, you could foster.
Visit Barnardos North East
SMSC Summer 2017 newsletter
Gallery of work from our Textiles learners
Former learner named youngest Ever UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
The Future of the Kenton Schools Academy Trust
Year 10 Seaside Photography Trip
School Chef Wins Silver At LACA Competition
Year 9s Unveil Kirkwood Drive Wall Art
Changes to our school day
Changes to our school day in 2017/18
Battle of the Bands
Plan your revision
PE Update - 19 June 2017
Centre for Life outreach programme
Tea with the Principal
Staff Shout Outs
Kenton is a School of Sanctuary
Tour our school
Find out more
As one of our parents said recently "Why would anyone want to go anywhere else?"
How to apply for a place at our school
Why you should choose Kenton
Why you should choose our Sixth Form
17th August: A Level Results Day
24th August: GCSE Results Day
1st September: Staff Training Day
4th September: Staff Training Day
5th September: PERSONALISED LEARNING DAY for Year 8 - 11 & Year 13
5th September: Year 7 photos & induction
Calendar & term dates
The roads around our school are very busy and during the winter months when mornings and evenings are darker, everyone should be taking extra care when using the roads.
Road Safety advice