By Jill Dando News
The King Alfred School Academy in Highbridge, Somerset will showcase its impressive campus and inspirational culture via 16 short state-of-the-art videos.
The videos, using drones, and other high-tech gear, will allow families, parents and carers to see just why the academy is proving so popular.
It will also show inside the high achieving school-based sixth form, which has doubled in size over the past two years.
Every day for two weeks the academy will release a new short video. Primary schools are already playing the videos in their assemblies.
The videos will give a glimpse inside the high achieving departments, including English, maths, science and the humanities.
Principal Nathan Jenkins said “We are delighted to showcase our brilliant school, only this time it will be on 16 short videos.
“Current circumstances mean that parents and carers cannot come on site in the usual manner, but I think these videos really bring the academy alive.”
TKASA is proving incredibly popular with families across the area. It has had a considerable amount of money spent on their campus in the last two years, and is high achieving with a caring and enthusiastic culture to squeeze the best out of every single student.
For an introduction to the videos see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chvqPe8v0Ow&t=4s