It is always a glitzy evening when our Annual Prize Evening takes place, with a large number of students being recognised for their achievement in their studies.
Two of our talented Year 10 students, Abbi S and Marshall G, have claimed 8th place in the 'National Cipher Challenge', which attracts thousands of participants from across the UK alongside many international competitors.
A-Level Maths students have achieved one gold and two bronze awards in this year’s UKMT Senior Maths Challenge.
With all schools in England now being measured using the new system, ‘Progress 8’, King James I Academy is celebrating great success with a published score of +0.26. This shows that our student achievement following exam results is above the national average across eight subjects.
Following a whole-school campaign, we have delivered an excellent 22 boxes of groceries to Woodhouse Close Community Food Bank to help support local families this Christmas.
Thanks to the generosity of our students and staff, we have filled an amazing 38 boxes for the Rotary Shoebox Scheme, which will be distributed to people in Eastern Europe who live in a world of poverty.
As part of their BTEC courses, Business Studies students and Travel and Tourism students in Year 10 have visited York to conduct research into promotional strategies for building a business, alongside looking at how UK cities attract tourists.