As the King James Student Election approaches, candidates for Head Boy and Head Girl positions have been busy preparing their campaign and promoting their manifesto.
This month, we welcomed around 300 primary school pupils to our school as part of Curriculum Week. The fun-packed programme of learning activities is designed to give youngsters a taste of life at King James through a variety of typical taster sessions.
Key stage 3 pupils have achieved two silver and seven bronze certificates in this year’s UKMT Junior Mathematical Challenge.
Fifteen students in Years 7 and 8, accompanied by Mr Laybourn, have returned from a fantastic fundraising event at Old Trafford, which saw music and football unite in one of the most iconic stadiums in the UK. The ‘Manchester Legends Game’ raised funds which will go towards Manchester United Foundation’s work in the community.
Sixth Form Media Production students have recently produced cookbooks to promote healthy living and eating amongst children and young people. The creation of the products, which coincided with their media coursework, has given them real-world experience of publishing.
With only eight days to go until they set off on their journey, the Glastonbury team are making their final preparations.
Comic book fans have been celebrating International Comic Book Day 2015 at a special event organised as part of our library programme. The event was supported by members of the Sixth Form Glastonbury Volunteer Team, who dressed up as some of the most iconic comic book characters for the day.