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We have now received the Ofsted report from the inspection in November, and you can read it here
For more information on accessing Firefly please visit our Parents Online page here.
The Kings of Wessex Academy recognises that the safety and welfare of children is paramount and that we have a responsibility to protect children in all the academy's activities. We take all reasonable steps to ensure, through appropriate procedures and training, that all students, irrespective of sex, age, disability, race, religion or belief, sexual identity or social status, are protected from abuse.
We foster a culture of vigilance amongst staff, students, parents and visitors. We always listen to students and take their concerns seriously. Please do not hesitate if you have any concerns or queries please contact the Academy immediately and you will be directed to a member of staff who will endeavour to help you.
See more at our safeguarding page
Tootoot allows students to be able to report incidents directly to the school, including screenshots and attachments using the online app or by downloading the app to an apple device. Login to Tootoot here.
As one of the top-performing schools in the South West, The Kings of Wessex Academy strives to provide a first class education for all. We have a dedicated team of staff who work hard to inspire our students to be the best that they can be and to stand out from the crowd. We have high expectations and work hard to provide all our students with the opportunities and support needed to enable them to achieve their full potential. Kings is an exciting place to learn with great teachers, superb facilities, a wide range of subject choices and a programme of exciting enrichment activities.
Please take time to read the welcome message from the Headteacher, Mr Gavin Ball.
Not only has Year 11 student Bettine Harris at The Kings of Wessex Academy been working hard for her GCSE exams this summer; but along with sailing partner Megan Ferguson, she has continued to work on their partnership in the 420 dinghy, training hard in the British Youth Squad and competing around the country.
This summer, Year 11 student Finlay Oliver at The Kings of Wessex Academy has been balancing his GCSE revision with his sailing skills on the high seas.