"Outstanding teaching and learning for all students, so that knowledge is embedded and disadvantage is not a barrier to learning. All students reach their potential, so that they are well placed for life beyond school. Ensuring confident, happy and resilient students, who treat others with compassion and respect."

Children in Need

Watch our fantastic learners perform on BBC news as part of the fund raising for Children in Need

Activities Night

Come along with your child on Wednesday 22nd November for a night of activities, 5.30-7.30pm.

Choose from a range of workshops both academic and fun:

  • Exam preparation for History
  • Numeracy
  • Literacy Games
  • Christmas Baking
  • Still Life Drawing
  • Conversational Italian
  • Conversational French
  • Scientific Experiments
  • Aromatherapy

Also, for Y10 only, a Viewing of Romeo and Juliet.

Light refreshments will be served and Kenton leabers will receive 50 points towards graduation, Y11 Hoodies or the Prom.

NB. We still have places available for our FREE GCSE English, Maths and History courses.

0191 2142200 or parentalengagement@kenton.newcastle.sch.uk

Mrs Holmes-Carne contributes to the Evening Chronicle

The Evening Chronicle has published an article covering the news that some parents are put off engaging with children's education because of their own bad experiences at school. Our Principal, Mrs Holmes-Carne, contributes her thoughts to the article and talks about how we aim to create a less formal atmosphere and make school somewhere parents feel comfortable visiting.

Read the full article

22nd November 2017
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A Level Results figures 2017

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SMSC Summer 2017 newsletter

Gallery of work from our Textiles learners


Celebrating Success

Former learner named youngest Ever UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador

Tea with the Principal

Staff Shout Outs

Kenton is a School of Sanctuary

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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.

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As one of our parents said recently "Why would anyone want to go anywhere else?"

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22nd November: Parental Engagement activity night

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Road Safety

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

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