Network helps academy students stay in touch

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Former students of Corby Business Academy are being invited to join a new network which is being set up for alumni of the school.

The academy opened in 2008 and the network is being set up so CBA can stay linked to students who have moved on. The network will be run by Future First, a charity which runs networks of former students for more than 500 state schools.

The network will give current students the opportunity to get in touch with ex-students so they can get advice from them about the university they attended, or about the industry they work in.

Head of sixth form, Kim Isaksen, said: “Now that CBA is five years old, we felt it was the ideal time to begin what we hope will become a flourishing network of our past students.

“We will be inviting students who leave CBA this summer to sign up in due course but we wanted to get the message out there to students who attended CBA in the past and have already left.

“We would urge any former students to sign up to become part of this exciting new network.”

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Former students can sign up by visiting and clicking on the ‘former students’ link.