The Mayor of Bishop Auckland, Cllr Lee Brownson demonstrated excellent babysitting skills during a recent visit to our Health and Social Care Department.
We have received excellent feedback and many positive comments from families in our local community who joined us at our ‘Treasure Island’ themed Year 6 Open Evening event on September 30th.
This week. former King James student, the Mayor of Bishop Auckland, Cllr. Lee Brownson officially open the newly-refurbished and renamed Agnew Building.
Staff and students have raised over £250 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in the National Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event.
Students in all year groups, including our Sixth Form, have enjoyed a Careers Fair this week, attended by representatives from a number of local businesses, national organisations, colleges and universities.
We are all now enjoying lessons in the refurbished Agnew and Lockey Buildings and watching our landscaped areas take shape. This month, we will be celebrating the completion of phase two of our development at a Grand Opening event on Thursday 24th September.