Knole Academy

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Knole Academy
Established 2010
Type Foundation School
Headteacher Mrs Mary Boyle
Location Bradbourne Vale Road
England, United Kingdom
Local authority Kent
DfE URN 136128 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1162
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–19

The Knole Academy is a secondary school in Sevenoaks, Kent, England that was opened in September 2010, as a result of the amalgamation of the Wildernesse School (for boys) and Bradbourne School (for girls). The two sites for each of the previous schools was used for the construction of the new Academy buildings which were completed in 2015. When the two schools merged not all of the students from Wildernesse moved over, the merging of all students was only completed in September 2011. Since then the site at Knole East has been used the construction of Trinity School, Sevenoaks and is the proposed site for a Grammar school annex.

The school is currently rated 'Requires Improvement' [1]

The Academy is sponsored by Gordon Phillips (Chairman of Glen Care), Sevenoaks School and KCC.

Direct link to their website - Knole Academy Website


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Coordinates: 51°17′13″N 0°11′2″E / 51.28694°N 0.18389°E / 51.28694; 0.18389