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Welcome to The Milton Keynes Academy

Milton Keynes Academy is still the fastest improving school in Milton Keynes in 2014. Team MKA is going from strength to strength, achieving a further increase in higher grades at GCSE in summer 2013. Principal Dara Carroll is delighted with the continual transformation and sees a bright future for the Academy.

“I am pleased to report to parents and prospective students that there is a very positive learning climate in the Academy, students are happy and working hard and we have recruited top practitioners to create a formidable staff team capable of delivering the high standards the children deserve. We continue to be the most improved school in Milton Keynes in 2014 and I predict another step forward in performance this year “

Dara Carroll 

Principal

 


The Latest Ofsted Report "Good!"

Milton Keynes Academy judged 'Good by Ofsted'

We are delighted that the progress made has been acknowledged by Ofsted and are proud of the achievements of students and staff.

Please click here for a copy of the letter sent to parents/carers

Please click here for a copy of the full Ofsted report


Exam results 2013

The Academy celebrated its best ever set of exam results in both Key Stages 4 and 5.  We are delighted that in all our key measures, results improved.

Key Stage 4 Attainment

Measure

2011 Result

2012 Result

2013 Result

5+ A*-C including English & Maths

20%

38%

53%

 Key Stage 4 Progress: learners making expected progress from Year 7 to Year 11 in English and Maths

Subject

2011

2012

2013

English

38%

76%

83%

Maths

33%

55%

66%

For more information on our 2013 results, please click here

Link to DfE Performance Information


Updates to The Curriculum

We are committed to developing a modern world-class curriculum that inspires and challenges all learners and prepares them for life and work in the 21st century, having a balance of knowledge and skills.

 The curriculum should enable all young people to become:

successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society

 The curriculum is driven by the needs of our learners and therefore has ‘moral purpose’.  There is a good balance between academic and vocational subjects and clear progression routes.

Click here for more on The Milton Keynes Academy Curriculum

Click here to download The Milton Keynes Academy Curriculum Plan