Children in Need

Children-in-needballoonsThis year we will be supporting this annual national event by running a non-uniform day on Friday 17 November 2017.

‘Children in Need’ raises money across the country to assist young people who, for various reasons, are in need of support.

We are suggesting a £1 donation per student in return for wearing non-uniform for the day.  Please remind your child to wear something appropriate for both school and the weather.

Thank you.

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Digitech Open Evening

Digitech Yr 10Digitech Yr 12Are you interested in joining Digitech in Year 10 or Year 12?  They are holding an Open Evening and Public Exhibition of Work on Monday 27th November at 6 – 8 pm.

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Latest Newsletter

Starting the new academic school year of 2017-2018 has been exciting; with our best ever GCSE results, best every Post 16 results and to complete the hat trick, excellent EYFS results, King’s Oak Academy has made an extremely strong start.

To find out more about what has been happening during Term 1 you can read the Term 1 Newsletter HERE

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Christmas Concert at the Colston Hall

DSC_0351Our annual Christmas Concert at the Colston Hall is on Thursday 7th December.  As the Colston Hall is closing for two years from May 2018 for re-modernisation, this concert will be our last for a number of years.  Mr Warren would like to make this concert even bigger and better than in previous years.

Can you remember performing or watching a previous concert? … think about the Camel Boogie Woogie!!  All your memories will come flashing back.

We are calling for Kingsfield or KOA ex-students, friends and parents to join us. Ideally this would be by participating on stage, but assistance and support in any guise is sought.

Please contact Mr Warren by email: or by phoning KOA on 01179 927127.  It would be very helpful if you would pass on this invitation to anybody you know who would possibly be interested.  Thank you.


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Enterprise Day

Enterprise DayThis event will be held in the Hexagon (students with surnames A – J) and the Gym (surnames K-Z) and will be a fun and exciting day helping students to gain employability skills such as team working, communication, problem solving, numeracy skills and creativity.  Full school uniform is to be worn.

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Year 7 Parent Satisfaction Survey

Dear Parents/Carers of students in Year 7

As part of the on-going monitoring of our Academy we really value your opinions in helping us improve and would be grateful if you would complete this online questionnaire.  The results will be analysed and used to help improve King’s Oak Academy.  You can complete the survey HERE

Thank you for your time.

Richard Clutterbuck
Senior Principal of King’s Oak Academy

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Ambitions 2017

Ambitions event 2017

All students 13-19 and their parents are invited to the biggest careers event for young people in the South West.  Find out about hundreds of career choices, take part in employment skills activities and discuss your future in the careers guidance zone.

Open to all secondary school and college students in Bristol and South Gloucestershire 13-19 and parents.

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Scientific Calculators required

As from Term 2, all students are expected to have  a scientific calculator.

These can be bought from the Maths Department for £5.00.

Students who receive free school meals will automatically be issued with one.

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Parking for Open Evening

Our Open Evening for Year 5 and 6 pupils and their parents is on Wednesday 13th September.  Parking is restricted on the King’s Oak site but extra parking will be available in the Kingswood Rugby Club overflow car park from 5.30 pm.

We look forward to seeing many prospective students and their parents starting at 6:00 pm.

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King’s Oak Academy’s best ever GCSE results

The class of 2017 have produced King’s Oak Academy’s best ever GCSE results. 57% of students achieved a grade 4 and above in both English and maths and 35% of students achieved a grade 5 and above in both English and Maths. Whilst the 5A*-C including English and maths measure is no longer official currency, 57% of King’s Oak students achieved at least 5 GCSEs including English and mathematics.

In a year when the bar has been raised for GCSEs, these results are very strong. Most importantly, they are a testament to the hard work of the students and staff over the last five years. I am very proud to be Principal of this Academy and able to congratulate the students formally. Nonetheless, I know how hard everyone has worked to achieve these results and thanks must go to all of the staff at King’s Oak who have inspired our students to their success.

Today our focus is rightly on the young people collecting their results and it is right and proper that we single out one or two individuals for their performances in their GCSEs.

The following students gained at least 3 As in their GCSEs:

Marcus Abraham (4), Katie Baird (4 with 1 A*), Hugh Barret (7 with 5A*s), Jean Claude Cisse (3), Zoe Goodman (6 with 1 A*), Lauren Hall (4), Jess Hill (3), Jess James (5 with 2 A*s), Stephanie Larkin (4A*s), Callum Lovell (5 with 2A*s), Jade Rea (3), Hannah Thompson (3), Ryan Whittaker (8 with 6A*s).

English and Maths are now graded on a scale of 1 to 9 with 9 being the new top grade. It is above an A* under the previous measure and is reserved for those students who are really at the top of their game in their subject. Four King’s Oak students achieved a grade 9 in either English or Maths. They are:

Jade Smith and Ryan Whittaker in English

Hugh Barrett and Samantha Lacey in Maths

Congratulations to King’s Oak’s class of 2017 and the staff who helped them achieve such an excellent set of results.

Richard Clutterbuck


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