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Community, Outreach and Charities

This page is dedicated to our community outreach projects. Exciting news and developments on projects in partnership with our local community will be shared on this page.

As part of a community outreach project, and in recognition of those in need during the pandemic, students and staff at Corby Business Academy reached out to the Skylark Ward at Kettering General Hospital with the ambition of supporting young patients. As a result, they produced student video performances containing the children’s favourite books and songs, which also tied into World Book Day.

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       The Greatest Showman Soundtrack - A Million Dreams 



       The Book of Hopes - The Seed by Katherine Rundell




      The very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle




      Gangster Granny - Chapter 1 by David Walliams      




      Good Days - SZA




      Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - Chapter 5 by JK Rowling




      Pink Panther Theme - Henry Mancini



The Greatest Showman Soundtrack - This is Me




The master developer of Corby’s growing community at Priors Hall Park, together with a number of the housebuilders on site, has generously provided Corby Business Academy with over 40 much-needed laptops for home learning.

Urban&Civic has donated vital funds and secured additional support from the development’s housebuilders Lodge Park, Jelson Homes and Francis Jackson, to sponsor a total of 42 devices for students throughout the community.

The donation, which comes as part of Urban&Civic’s ongoing partnership and governance in the school, means that even more students at Corby Business Academy can continue their studies remotely during the latest lockdown.

Having already distributed 122 devices to those who need it most, the school’s initiative preceded the rising national concerns surrounding accessible home learning for all. Through Urban&Civic’s support, the total number of laptops distributed has now risen to an impressive 164.

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