We know that Christmas can be an expensive time of year and we want you to know that #KACares .
Support can be accessed in the following ways:
Make a request for a Christmas parcel, Christmas Food Parcel or Christmas Care Package – please complete the online form or contact the school and request to speak to Mrs Fitzpatrick or Callum McMichael our Financial Inclusion Officer. You can also see Callum in person at our Christmas Fayre.
Do you wish to support families in our community? You can donate a present to a child at our Christmas Fayre- look out for Santa’s Elves!
Louise, Lauren, Amber and Sophie organised S6 festive bingo for their year group. With the help of Kyle (S2) on karaoke, the event was a huge success.
As part of your child’s education, we promote personal health and wellbeing through a comprehensive PSE (Personal and Social Education) Programme.
These courses are unique to each year group and are devised by the Principal Teachers of Pupil Support. In order to review these courses, feedback is sought each year. We would appreciate if you could complete the survey below, thinking about your child/children and the year group(s) they are in.
The survey will remain open until Friday 15th December 2023. Thank you in advance for your feedback.
Pupils completed a CPR and defib awareness session, delivered by volunteers from St John Scotland, as a follow up to the installation of the school’s public access defibrillator.
Please click below to access the Senior Phase Prelim:
Senior Phase Prelim Timetable 2023
Click here for more information: Communication Channels
Kilmarnock Academy representatives attending the East Ayrshire Senior Youth Conference today. Topics discussed were the vaping crisis, expressing themselves and money matters.
Congratulations to Ruby N who has been appointed Alternate Captain of the Great Britain Under-18 Women’s Four Nations Ice Hockey Team.
Our Head Prefects, Lucy and Lewis, represented the school at a Remembrance event within Centrestage. This was to mark the sacrifice of teachers and pupils who lost their lives.