Year 7 Parent Chromebook Launch: Wednesday 19th October 6:00pm - 7:15pm
The school will be closed for teaching purposes on Friday 21st October due to an INSET day
Students in Year 7 were recently visited by PC Andy Quinn from Durham Constabulary as part of our new English initiative. Students were given the opportunity to learn about the techniques used in police investigation and ask PC Quinn a series of interesting criminological questions.
It has been a triumphant week in the world of sport for King James, earning two victories and a credible draw.
A school trip comprising of 48 BTEC Business Studies students recently visited Durham as part of their course to collate some independent research that will help in understanding the local business environment and help to create a business plan for their own new business idea that would be located in Durham.
For the second time we are fortunate enough to have an international exchange student staying with us for an extensive period of time. This initiative gives all of our students the opportunity to learn about other cultures and global citizenship, which is especially beneficial for those unable to travel.
Students in Years 7 and 8, who are also members of BATH, will soon be going on tour in schools around the county to raise awareness about Durham County Council’s 20 Zone scheme.
This year, as part of our ongoing commitment to improving literacy skills among our young people, our English Department and Library will be promoting a number of exciting literacy initiatives.